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Page 1: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
Page 2: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
Page 3: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
Page 4: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
Page 5: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
Page 6: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
Page 7: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
Page 8: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
Page 9: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
Page 10: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
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Page 12: Untitled-2 [] · compliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956. 7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDL and CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares
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NOTICENOTICE is hereby given that the 23rd Annual General Meeting(AGM) of the Members of Nila Infrastructures Limited will beheld on Saturday, 6th July, 2013 at 10.00 A.M. at theRegistered office of the Company at 1st Floor, "SambhaavHouse" Opp. Chief Justice's Bungalow, Bodakdev, Ahmedabad- 380 015 to transact the following business:

ORDINARY BUSINESS :1. To receive, consider and adopt the audited balance

sheet as at 31st March, 2013, the statement of profit &loss for the year ended on that date together with thenotes forming part of Final Accounts, and the Reportsof the Auditor and Directors' thereon.

2. To appoint a Director in place of Shri Shyamal S. Joshiwho retires by rotation and being eligible, offers himselffor re-appointment.

3. To declare dividend on equity shares.4. To re-appoint auditors to hold office from the conclusion

of this AGM until the conclusion of the next AGM to fixtheir remuneration.

Special Business :5. To consider and if thought fit, to pass, with or

without modification(s) the following resolutionas a Special Resolution"RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the provisions ofSections 198, 269, 309 read with Schedule XIII andother applicable provisions, if any, of the CompaniesAct, 1956, Shri Manoj B. Vadodaria, be and is herebyre-appointed as Chairman & Managing Director of theCompany for a further period of five years with effectfrom 09-02-2013 on the remuneration and on the termsand conditions hereinafter appearing:

1) Period of Appointment: 5 years w.e.f. 09th February,2013.

2) Basic Salary: ̀ 2,00,000/- per monthRESOLVED FURTHER THAT in the event of there beingloss or inadequacy of profit for any financial year, theaforesaid remuneration payable to Shri Manoj B.Vadodaria shall be the minimum remuneration payableto him in the terms of the provisions of Schedule XIIIto the Companies Act, 1956.RESOLVED FURTHER THAT Shri Manoj B. Vadodariashall also be entitled for the reimbursement of actualentertainment, traveling, boarding, and lodgingexpenses, telephone & mobile expenses, conveyancesincurred by him in connection with the Company'sbusiness and such other benefits / amenities and otherprivileges, as any from time to time, be available toother Senior Executives of the Company.

3) Other Terms and Conditions:A Shri Manoj B. Vadodaria shall, subject to the supervision

and control of the Board of Directors, carry out suchduties as may be entrusted to him from time to time bythe Board of Directors of the Company.

B The terms and conditions of the said appointment maybe altered or varied from time to time by the Boardas it may, in its discretion deem fit within the maximumamounts payable in accordance with Schedule XIII tothe Act or any amendments made thereafter in thisregard.

C Shri Manoj B. Vadodaria will be entitled to leave accordingto the company's leave rules.

By order of theBoard of Directors

Place: Ahmedabad Dipen Y. ParikhDate: 14th May, 2013 Company Secretary

NOTES :1. A Member entitled to attend and vote at the AGM is

entitled to appoint a Proxy to attend and vote instead ofhimself and on behalf of him and the Proxy need not bea member of the company.

2. Proxies in order to be effective must be received at theregistered office of the company not less than 48 hoursbefore the time fixed for the meeting. A proxy form isenclosed.

3. Members are requested to bring their copy of AnnualReport to the meeting, as no extra copies will bedistributed at the meeting hall as a measure ofenvironment and economy.

4. Members desiring any information as regards accountsare requested to write to the Company at least 7 daysbefore the meeting to enable the management tokeep the information ready.

5. Members are requested to intimate change of registeredaddress, if any, at the Registered Office of the Companyor to the Company's Registrar and Share Transfer Agentsat their address mentioned elsewhere in this report.

6. The Register of Members and Share Transfer Books ofthe Company shall remain closed from 2nd July, 2013to 6th July, 2013 (both days inclusive) pursuant toClause 16 and 19 of the Listing Agreement and also incompliance of Section 154 of the Companies Act, 1956.

7. The Company has signed Tripartite Agreement with NSDLand CDSL for dematerializing of its Equity Shares. TheISIN allotted to your Company is INE937C01029.

8. The Company has initiated steps for implementing the"Green Initiative" in Corporate Governance as per thecircular issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs("MCA") as regards paperless compliances for service

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of documents through electronic mode. Henceforth thee mail indicated in your respective DP accounts whichwill be periodically downloaded from NSDL/CDSL willbe deemed to be registered e mail address. We requestyou to register your e mail address with your DP, incase you have not registered the same. Members holdingshares in physical mode are requested to update theire mail addresses by writing to the Company / RTAquoting their folio nos. In case a member wishes toreceive a physical copy of the said documents, the samewill be sent upon receipt of a communication from themember.

9. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN TERMS OF CLAUSE 49OF THE LISTING AGREEMENT ON DIRECTORSRECOMMENDED FOR APPOINTMENT / RE-APPOINTMENT OR SEEKING ELECTION AT THE AGM, ISGIVEN IN THE REPORT ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE.

Explanatory Statement pursuant to the Section 173(2) of the Companies Act, 1956

Item No 5:Shri Manoj B Vadodaria is associated as the Managing Directorsince inception of the company and has made immensecontribution in development of the company. The companyhas made remarkable progress under his guidance and controland anticipates further progress and development by variousexpansion and diversification plans in the coming period. TheBoard of Directors of the Company is of the opinion that Shri.Manoj B. Vadodaria's able and competent leadership willprovide further path for the future growth of the Company.Therefore the Board of Directors in its meeting dated 09-02-2013 recommended his reappointment as Chairman andManaging Director for a period five years commencing from09-02-2013.It is proposed to seek members' approval for thereappointment of Shri Manoj B. Vadodaria as ManagingDirector in terms of the applicable provisions of the CompaniesAct, 1956.

This may be treated as an abstract of the terms and conditionsof appointment including remuneration of Managing Directorunder the provision of Section 302 of the Companies Act,1956.

None of the Directors other than Shri Kiran B. Vadodaria beingrelative and Shri Manoj B. Vadodaria himself are interestedin the resolution of Item No 5.

DIRECTORS' REPORTDear Members,The Directors of your company are pleased to present the23rd Annual Report to the Members with the audited financialstatements for the year ended 31st March, 2013.

FINANCIAL RESULTS:The performance of the Company for the financial year 2012-13 is as under:

Total Revenue 9,754.65 9,061.95Less: Total Expenditure 7,825.61 7,254.94Profit Before Tax 1,929.04 1,807.01Less: Current Tax 641.50 551.44 Deferred Tax 4.57 11.11Net Profit After Tax 1,282.97 1,244.46Add: Balance Brought Forwardfrom previous year 3,268.20 2,466.86Profit available for appropriation 4,551.17 3,711.32Less: Transfer to General Reserve 100.00 100.00Less: Proposed Dividend 295.23 295.23Less: Dividend Distribution Tax 50.17 47.89Surplus carried to Balance Sheet 4,105.77 3,268.20Security Premium 2,678.34 2,678.34General Reserve 424.77 324.77Reserve [Excluding Revaluation Reserve] 7,208.88 6,271.31Paid up Share Capital 2,952.26 2,952.26Net Worth 10,161.14 9,223.57

(`̀̀̀̀ in Lacs)

REVIEW OF OPERATIONS :Your Company is engaged primarily in the business of realestate, construction of housing projects and urbaninfrastructure development.Your Company has during the year successfully completedsome ongoing projects including “ANURAADHAA”, joint venturescheme “ANANYA” and construction work of “Venus IVY”.Projects like construction of bungalows for ApplewoodsTownship, Construction work assigned by Adani Group at itsprestigious township at Tragad, erection of bus shelters ofBRTS projects are under progress as per the schedule.In spite of the slow down in the economy in general and inreal estate and construction sector in particular, your Companyhas reported increase in turnover and profitability due toefficient management of resources and timely execution ofprojects.

Particulars For the year ended31st March 31st March

2013 2012

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EXPANSION PLANS :Your Company has been actively ascertaining opportunitiesin new avenues in the industry. Land acquisition, planapprovals of new residential projects are in process.Residential projects for Economically Weaker Section (EWS)is under appraisal where the management anticipatesenormous demand in years to come.Under the infrastructure activities, the Company continuouslyendeavors to identify the lucrative projects and bid for thesame. Your Company envisages opportunity in affordablehousing segment due to huge demand.Your Company foresees to expand its leasing activities toensure steady cash flow income and planning is under processto offer some immovable properties and land on long termlease to repute corporate.

DIVIDEND :The Directors have recommended payment of dividend of ̀0.10 per equity share of ̀ 1 each i.e 10 % of paid up capital.The dividend pay out will absorb an amount of ̀ 295.23 Lacs.The dividend will be paid to the members, whose nameappears in the register of members as on 1st July, 2013.

PUBLIC DEPOSITS :During the year under review, your Company has not accepted/ renewed any deposits covered under the provisions ofSection 58A of the Companies Act, 1956.ISO 9001:2008 :Your Company has maintained its Quality ManagementSystem to the international standards of ISO 9001:2008Company is striving to maintain its commitment to customer'sexpectations for quality work and adherence of time scheduleand safety at work sites.

CREDIT RATING :The Board of Directors are pleased to report that the IndiaRatings & Research Private Limited (A Fitch Group Company)has assigned the ratings on the Fund Based Facilities amountingto ̀ 419.5 millions at IND BBB- and Non Fund Based Facilitiesamounting to ̀ 57.5 Millions at IND BBB- / IND A3. Instrumentswith this rating are considered to have moderate degree ofsafety regarding timely servicing of financial obligations. Suchinstruments carry moderate credit risk.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT :Employees are vital input of your Company. Your Companycreated a favorable work environment that encouragesinnovation and superior performance. Your Company has alsoset up a scalable recruitment and human resourcemanagement process, which enables your Company to attractand retain high caliber employees.

EMPLOYEES:There was no employee during the year drawing remunerationin excess of the ceiling prescribed under the provisions ofSection 217 (2A) of the Companies Act, 1956 read with theCompanies (Particulars of Employees ) Rules, 1975, asamended.

DIRECTORS:Pursuant to Section 256 of the Companies Act, 1956, ShriShyamal S. Joshi Director of the Company retire by rotationat the ensuing Annual General Meeting of the Company andbeing eligible offers himself for re-appointment.The Board of Directors of your Company has reappointed ShriManoj B. Vadodaria as Chairman & Managing Director w.e.f09.02.2013 for a period of five years subject to the approvalof the members of the Company. The members are requestedto pass necessary special resolution at the AGM.

AUDITORS:The present Auditor M/s O. P. Bhandari & Co, CharteredAccountants, Ahmedabad retires at the forthcoming AnnualGeneral Meeting and being eligible offer themselves for re-appointment.The Company has received certificate from them that theirappointment, if approved by shareholders, would be withinthe ceiling prescribed under section 224 (1B) of the CompaniesAct, 1956. The members are requested to reappoint theauditors to hold office until the conclusion of the next AnnualGeneral Meeting.

AUDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS:Observations of the Auditors in their report together with theNotes to the financial statements are self explanatory andtherefore, in the opinion of Directors, do not call for any furtherexplanation.

MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS :As required by Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement with theStock Exchange, a Management Discussion and AnalysisReport is appended to this report.

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE :As required by Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement, a Reporton Corporate Governance is appended together withCertificate on Corporate Governance by O.P.Bhandari & Co,Chartered Accountants, Ahmedabad.As part of the good Corporate Governance practices, we haveobtained a Secretarial Audit Report from M/s. R. S. Sharma& Associates, Practicing Company Secretary, Ahmedabad, inrespect of compliance of all rules, regulations under thevarious applicable provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 andthe applicable regulations under the Listing Agreement enteredwith stock exchange. A copy of the said certificate is appendedto this report.

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DIRECTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT:Pursuant to the provisions of Section 217(2AA) of theCompanies Act,1956, your directors confirm:a) That in the preparation of the annual accounts, the

applicable Accounting Standards have been followedalong with proper explanation relating to materialdepartures.

b) That they have selected such accounting policies andapplied them consistently and made judgments andestimates that are reasonable and prudent so as to givea true and fair view of the state of affairs of the Companyat the end of the financial year and of the profit andloss of the Company for that period.

c) That they have taken proper and sufficient care for themaintenance of adequate accounting records inaccordance with the provisions of the Act forsafeguarding the assets of the Company for preventingand detecting fraud and other irregularities.

d) That they have prepared the annual accounts on a goingconcern basis.

STATUTORY DISCLOSURES REQUIRED UNDER THECOMPANIES (DISCLOSURE OF PARTICULARS IN THEREPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS) RULES, 1988:Details of foreign exchange earning and outgo form part ofthe notes to the financial statement for the year under review.Conservation of energy has always been of immenseimportance to your Company and all the equipmentsconsuming energy have been placed under continuous andstrict monitoring. In view of the nature of the operations, noreport on the other matters is required to be made undersection 217(1) (e) of the Companies Act, 1956 read with theCompanies (Disclosure of particular in the Report of the Boardof Directors) Rules, 1998.

INSURANCE:All the existing properties of the Company are adequatelyinsured.

MATERIAL CHANGES:No material changes have taken place since the closure ofthe financial accounts upto the date of the report, which maysubstantially affect the financial performance or financialstatements of the Company.

AUDIT COMMITTEE:The audit Committee constituted in accordance with Clause49 of the Listing Agreement, reviewed the internal controlsystem, scope of internal audit and compliance of relatedregulations. The Audit Committee also reviewed at lengthand approved the Financial Statements before the same wereconsidered by the Board of Directors of the Company.

COST AUDIT COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE:Your Company has in compliance of the provisions of theCompanies (Cost Accounting Record) Rules 2011, read withRules and Regulation made there under by the Cost AuditBranch of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs; obtainedcompliance certificates from M/s J B Mistri & Co., CostAccountants, Ahmedabad.

LISTING OF SHARES:Equity shares of your Company are presently listed at BombayStock Exchange Limited (BSE). The Company has duly paidthe annual listing fees for the year 2013-14 to the exchange.Adequate care has been taken to comply all the norms andrequirements as per the provisions of the Listing Agreement.The Companies shares are under 'Compulsory Demat'. TheISIN allotted to the equity share of the Company isINE937C01029. As directed by the SEBI Circular, yourCompany has appointed M/s MCS Ltd as its Registrar & ShareTransfer Agent to undertake transfer of physical transfers ofshare certificates besides acting as electronic registrar.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:Your Directors place on record its gratitude to theStakeholders, Banks, Valued clients, suppliers and BusinessAssociates and employees of the Company for their continuedsupport and confidence. Your Directors also place on recordtheir appreciation, commitment and contribution made byemployees at all levels and look forward for their continuedsupport in future as well.

For and on Behalf of theBoard of Directors

Manoj B. VadodariaChairman & Managing Director

Place: AhmedabadDate: 14th May, 2013

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MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS REPORT1. ECONOMIC SCENARIO

The major challenge for Indian economy is to get back to thepotential growth rate of 8 percent. What India has witnessedduring the last year was more on account of globalizationand has to be seen in the context of slowing global economicgrowth. The global economic situation continues to be difficultand uncertain.

During March 2013, the growth rate of eight core sectorindustries has slowed down to 2.9 % from 3 % in the samemonth in 2012. Index of Industrial Production slipped to 0.6per cent in February from 4.3 per cent in the correspondingmonth a year ago.

The major obstacles to India's growth are shortage ofinfrastructural facilities, high inflation and interest rates, largecurrent account and fiscal deficits, delayed policy decisions,slow project implementations, deferred project clearancesand approvals, electricity shortage and slow reform process.All these hurdles have contributed to loss the momentum ofgrowth after 2009. Amongst all these the rising fiscal deficitand current account deficit are matter of concern as the theyhave adversely been affecting the macro economic conditionsand become difficult to control. Further the less participationof market players in the disinvestment plan of governmenthas also created disappointment to curb these deficits.

In spite of hurdles India has large engines of growth whichneeds to be propelled. One of such engine is rapid urbanizationin the country. Urbanization presents huge opportunity withlarge investment needs of US$ 800 Billion over the next 20years. Public private partnership will play a major role tomake such huge investment. The another engine of growthof the country would be the youth generation. Today Indiahas more than 50% of its population below the age of 25years and more than 65% below the age of 35. It is expectedthat, in 2020, the average age of an Indian will be 29 years,compared to 37 for China and 48 for Japan; and, by 2030,India's dependency ratio should be just over 0.4. Those whowere born in 1991 when economic reforms were initiatedhave turned 21 today. Aspirations and demands of youth arerising and increasing domestic consumption. The demographicopportunity is rising for India because the percentage ofpopulation of working age will continue to increase for another40 years.

2 THE INDUSTRY SCENARIO

2a. Real Estate Sector :

Riding high on the back of rapid urbanization, positivedemographics and rising income levels, the Indian real estatesector has attracted significant investment over the past fewyears. The sector that once grew at 7.8% in 2009-10witnessed a deceleration during 2012-13 to 6.5% largely

due to the sluggish growth of the Indian economy, rising inputcosts and an overall slowdown in the global economy. As perestimates, the housing sector contributes about 5% to theoverall GDP growth of the country. The sector still ranks fourthin terms of the multiplier effect on the economy. Urbanizationand increasing household income are some of the majorfactors that influence demand for residential real estate andgrowth in the retail sector.

The total economic value of the real estate activity in thecountry ranges between US$40-45 billion, which contributes5-6% to the GDP growth. It is estimated that the FDI in thesector will grow from the current US$4 billion to US$25 billionwithin a span of next 10 years. A report released by the UnitedNations (UN) states that India ranks third after China and theUS in terms of the most favored investment destination forglobal companies. As per the report, the FDI inflow in thesector is expected to increase by 20%. Emergence of nuclearfamilies and growing urbanization has given rise to severaltownships that are developed to take care of the elderly. Witha number of senior citizen housing projects been planned,the segment is expected to grow significantly in the future.

As per a report released by McKinsey Global Institute (MGI)-India's urban awakening, India needs to invest US$ 1.2 trillionover next 20 years to modernize urban infrastructure andkeep pace with the growing urbanization. The sector is notonly the biggest contributor to gross domestic product of thecountry and employment generator but is also the fourthlargest sector in terms of foreign direct investment inflowsin the country.

The government has already introduced number of reformsto help the economy to recollect the momentum for growthand its cascading impact will be on the real estate sector aswell. Opening up of FDI in organized retail will directly catalyzedemand for retail and office space in the country. Further thetwo core bills directly impacting the sector "Real Estate(Regulation and Development) Bill" and "Land Acquisition,Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill" have some provisionssuch as establishment of Real Estate Regulatory Authorityand disclosure of information in public domain will bring moretransparency and accountability on the part of the developersand will boost sentiments of both investors and end-users inthe long term. The implementation of the proposed regulationswould pave way for winning "industry" status for the sector,and thus ultimately improve access to finance and associatedbenefits.

The act by the Government to impose TDS of 1 percent onproperty deal above Rs. 50 lacs may help to curb theunrecorded money transactions in the sector but is also likelyto adversely affect the demand. On the other hand additionaltax deduction limit by Rs 1 lakh for the first time home buyersup to Rs 25 lakh during the period April 1, 2013 to March31, 2014 is expected to boost demand for low cost housing.

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2b. Urban Infrastructure :

Gujarat is one of the most urbanized states in India. As perthe provisional statistics of the 2011 census 42.58 % populationare living in the urban areas of Gujarat. Ahmedabad in Gujaratis considered as one of the growth engines of the nation andthe process of integration and fusion of small villages withAhmedabad has been accelerated during the last few year.The city is spreading its wings, expanding in every directionand is on its way to become a metro city. To meet the necessityof basic infrastructural facilities extensive network ofeducational institutions, water bodies, power, gas and energysuppliers, medical institutions, telecommunication and ITInfrastructure, tourism, and industrial infrastructures becomesvital. There is a focus on building the robust physical andindustrial infrastructure and number of projects have beentaken up in the PPP mode. These projects includes Delhi -Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the Dholera SpecialInvestment Region, Dahej Petrochemical & PetroleumInvestment Region known as PCPIR, Metro Rail System forGandhinagar - Ahmedabad, Gujarat Finance Tech city knownas GIFT, Bus Rapid Transit System known as BRTS, SabarmatiRiver Front Projects etc.

In view of the ample opportunities, Gujarat has become oneof the most favored destinations of foreign investors. Thestate has received cumulative foreign direct investment (FDI)inflows worth US$ 8.6 billion during April 2000 to December2012, according to the data released by Department ofIndustrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP).

During the twelfth plan period, investment in infrastructure isproposed to reach ` 50 lakh crores and private sector isexpected to contribute at lease half of that. Following aresome of the key policy developments announced by thegovernment during the year.

1 JNNURM will receive ̀ 14,873 Crore as against ̀ 7,383Crore in the current year.

2 India Infrastructure Finance Corporation in partnershipwith ADB will help infrastructure companies to accessbond market to tap long term funds.

3 The Government will encourage Infrastructure DebtFund and allow some institutions to raise tax free bondsupto ̀ 50,000 Crores which is 100 percent more thanthe current year.

4 It is proposed to raise the corpus of RuralInfrastructure Development Fund to 20,000 Crores.

5 Foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail hasbeen permitted, with the option given to States toimplement it.

3. BUSINESS OVERVIEW

3a. Real Estate Projects :

The Company has emerged as one of the most reputablebrand in real estate business in Ahmedabad. Nila's real estateactivity includes construction of housing apartments andluxurious bungalows. The projects of the Company are madewith world class amenities and have strong emphasis oncustomer satisfaction. Nila's philosophy is to constantly strivefor enhancing customer value by delivering high quality productat the best price.

During the year under review residential flats schemes"ANURAADHAA" and "ANANYA" have been successfullycompleted. Construction work of 200 residential units scheme"ATUULYAM" is in full swing as per schedule decided. Duringthe year the Company has launched a new residential luxurious58 bungalows scheme as Thaltej. Your Company has obtainednecessary plan permissions and the work of construction ofsample house is in process.

3b. Infrastructure Projects :

Previous year your Company has been awarded work ofconstruction and erection of 23 bus shelters at specificlocations along the Ahmedabad BRTS Corridor from (1)Kalupur Bridge to Naroda - 16 bus shelters and (2) Soni niChali to Odhav - 7 bus shelters. Part of the construction workof the same has been successfully completed and theremaining work is under process as per the schedule decided.

Your Company has been awarded construction contract of 50bungalows in "Applewoods Estate Township" of ApplewoodsEstate Pvt. Ltd. - The Sandesh Group, Construction of thebungalows is in progress in full swings. Your Company hasalso been given work of construction of another 18 bungalowsduring the year under review.

The Company has during the year successfully completedconstruction contract of residential housing project "VenusIVY" tendered by prestigious Venus Group.

Previous year your Company has been awarded constructioncontract for mini township at Tragad, Ahmedabad by AdaniInfrastructure & Developers Pvt. Ltd. Your Company hascompleted the construction of site office and sample houseand the work under the first phase is in progress as per theschedule.

3c. Leasing Activities :The Company possesses leasing right for 88,800 sq fts ofconstructed property in the prominent area of Ahmedabadand the same has been given on lease to various renownedcorporate.

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4. OPPORTUNITIES

Your Company envisage significant growth in Ahmadabad'sresidential market in years to come. Further number ofinfrastructure projects are expected to accelerate themomentum of growth in the city. The activities of yourCompany is mainly concentrated in the city of Ahmedabadwhich is considered to be the one of the fastest growing city.Ahmedabad has been developing its worth in the field ofbusiness, economic and political activites and has drawnattention of patrons and investors to invest into the propertymarket of Ahmedabad. The city is expanding at rapid paceand the town planning scheme and infrastructure policy bythe government were remain the key drivers for expansionof the city in the past and can still be in the forthcomingyears.

With the recent completion of some of the majorinfrastructural projects like Gift City at Gandhinagar, BRTSand Outer Ring Road Projects, River Front along the SabarmatiRiver, certain areas of the city have already observed realestate activities augmentation and identical boom isanticipated in different other localities. As the first route ofthe Metro Rail has been finalized, areas around the SarkhejGandhinagar highway are likely to be advantageous.

Similarly rising employment, huge migration from nearby citiesand states, entry of big corporate and industries in and aroundthe city are likely to create enormous demand andopportunities for your company.

5. RISK AND CHALLENGES

There are many constraints affecting smooth functioning ofthis industry. The company is operating in a business segmentwhich is cyclic in nature and in which the price is mainlydriven by demand and supply factors. It is not largly basedon the cost of the product. Timely supply of raw material likecement, steel, bricks are essential for timely completion ofthe projects. Shortage of labour and raw material may delaythe execution of projects of the Company. The infrastructuredevelopment is capital intensive in nature. The Company'sbusiness requires long term commitment of capital to meetfinancial requirement of long term projects. Further timelyavailability of skilled and technical personnel is also one ofthe key challenges. Real Estate and Infrastructure sectorsare mainly dependent on the economic scenarios and anyadverse events affecting the whole economy may deterioratethe industry as well.

6. INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEM

The Company is well structured and the policy guidelines arewell documented with pre defined authority and responsibility.NILA has put in place comprehensive systems and proceduralguidelines concerning all areas of business like budgeting,execution, material management, quality, safety,

procurement, asset management, finance, accounts & audit,human resources etc., which are adequate and necessaryconsidering the size and level of operations of the Company.The management has been making constant efforts to reviewand upgrade existing systems and processes to gear up andmeet the changing needs of the business. The Companycarries out internal audit through an external audit firm ofChartered Accountants who have extensive experience in suchassignment. The Company has developed and implementedcomputer based "Enterprise Resource Planning" within theorganization to ensure timely MIS, reporting and controlsystem.

7. FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

7.1 Net Worth :

The total net worth of the Company as on 31st March, 2012was ` 92.24 Crores which is ` 101.61 Crores as on 31stMarch, 2013 indicating increase of 9.08% in the net worth.

7.2 Earnings per Share (EPS) :

Basic and Diluted EPS after extraordinary items of theCompany as on 31st March, 2012 was 0.42, both of whichstands to ` 0.43 as on 31st March, 2013.

7.3 EBITDA and PBT :

During the year 2012-13 Company has Earning Before Interest,Depreciation and Tax amounting to ` 2,642.16 Lacs. Afterproviding for interest of ` 631.01 Lacs and ` 82.11 Lacsdepreciation, Profit before tax was ` 1,929.03 Lacs whichwas ` 1,807.02 Lacs during the year 2011-12. There is anincrease of 6.75% in the profit before tax of the Company.

CAUTIONARY STATEMENT :Statement in the Directors Report and Management Discussion& Analysis describing the company's analysis, objectives,projections, estimates, expectations may be "forward lookingstatements" within the meaning of applicable security lawsand regulations. Actual results may differ materially from thoseexpressed or implied. Shareholders and readers are cautionedthat in the case of data and information external to thecompany, no representation is made on its accuracy andcomprehensiveness though the same are based on sourcesbelieved to be reliable. Utmost care has been taken to ensurethat the opinion expressed by the management herein containsits perception on the material impact on the company'soperations but it is not exhaustive.

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REPORT ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE[Pursuant to Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement]

1. COMPANY'S PHILOSOPHY ONCODE OF GOVERNANCEAt NILA we believe in adopting and adhering to thebest standards of Corporate Governance to all thestakeholders. The Company's CorporateGovernance is therefore based on the totalt ransparency, integr i ty, fa i rness, equi ty,accountability and commitment to the values. TheCompany is committed to the best governancepractices that create long term sustainableshareholder value. With the object of the Companyto conduct its business in a highly professionalmanner and thereby enhance trust and confidenceof all its stakeholders, the Company has devised acomplete compliance of Corporate Governancenorms.We at NILA firmly believe that good CorporateGovernance leads to the optimal utilization of resourcesand enhance the value of the enterprise and an ethicalbehavior of the enterprise leads to honoring andprotecting the rights of all the stakeholders. SoundCorporate Governance practices and ethicalbusiness conduct always remain at the core of theNILA's value system.

2. BOARD OF DIRECTORS2.1 Composition and size of the Board:

The Company has an optimum combination ofExecutive and Non Executive Directors. The Boardconsists of six Directors comprising of an ExecutiveChairman & Whole Time Director, two Non ExecutiveDirectors and three other Non Executive IndependentDirectors. The appointment of three Non ExecutiveIndependent Directors is in conformity with theprovisions of Clause 49 of the Listing Agreemententered with the BSE by the Company. There are twoPromoter Directors out of which one is ExecutiveDirector and the other one is Non Executive Director.There is no nominee Director on the Board.

2.2 Directors' Profile :Brief Profile of all the Board Members, nature oftheir expertise in specific functional areas and thenumbers of Companies in which they holddirectorships and memberships / chairmanship ofBoard or committees of Board are as under:

(a) Shri Manoj Vadodaria is a commerce Graduate andself-made businessman. His induction into thebusiness world was at a very early age. Manoj

Vadodaria combated harsh realities and adversitiesof business life successfully. This experienceculminated into maturity and fervour of a rare kind.The practical school of business has made him afinancial wizard backed by his sharp businessinstincts. This unique blend has been a tremendoussource of benefit to the Group in meeting financialchallenges and carving out ambitious expansionplans.

(b) Shri Kiran Vadodaria is a Mechanical Engineer fromL.D. Engineering College, Ahmadabad. He possessesvaried experience and exposure base in corporate.He has developed unique insight and judgmentalcapabilities about the socio political dynamics. Heis CMD of Sambhaav Media Ltd and has beenappointed as part time non executive director ofUnited Bank of India. He is a member of IndianNewspaper Society [INS], Chairman of GujaratRegional Committee-INS, President of Gujarat DailyNewspaper Association [GDNA], Member of NationalIntegration Council of Government of India, andPresident of L.D. College of Engineering, AlumniAssociation.

(c) Shri Dilip D. Patel possesses vast experience ofmanagement education, training and consultancyfor more than 25 years. He is the founder faculty ofS.P. Jain Institute of Management Research,Mumbai-one of the top 10 Business Schools in thecountry. He has consulted number of Indian andmultinational companies and offered training tosenior managers in leading companies. He hasconsulted family owned/managed companies onvarious issues including the interface of family withbusiness. He is currently advisor to the Board ofsome companies in India and Overseas.

(d) Shri Akhilesh Mehta is an MBA-Finance with 18 yearsof experience in Investment Banking and FinancialAdvisory with specialization in Equity Placement,international Finance and Joint Ventures. He is aCo-Founder and CMD of Captus Financial ServicesPrivate Limited, which has a strong client basecomprising of the majority of large and mid capcompanies. Most of them are domestic andinternational banks, financial institutions, equityfunds, mutual funds, asset management Companies.He is advisor to many Infrastructure, Real Estateand Power Project Companies for their FinancialPlanning, Equity Structuring and loan Syndication. Heis partner in 'IS-IN Business Development Company'in Israel with Mr. Oshman Benjamin, Former CEO &President of Union Bank of Israel, for Indo-IsraelBusiness Development in Real Estate, infrastructure,power, Engineering and Securi ty Solutions.

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(e) Shri Hiren G. Pandit is enrolled as Advocate in theyear 1981 and has been practicing since 1982 onRevenue as well as Civil Sides. He is President ofAhmedabad Revenue Bar Association from the year1998 and Legal Advisor to various corporate groupsof Ahmedabad like Ganesh Housing, Adani, BinkBuilders, etc. He is looking after Company's revenueand civil matters. He is also spokesman of HumanRights Commission of Gujarat. Besides, he is alsosecretary of GRT Bar Association from 2001.

(f) Shri Shyamal S. Joshi is a fellow member of theInstitution of Chartered Accounts of India andpossesses rich experience in financial planning,funding, taxation and accounting and servednumbers of renowned Companies. He is havingexpertise in Corporate Funding, Restructuring,Merger, Acquisition, Local & International Financing,Private Equity and many more. He possesses morethan 38 years of senior level financial managementexperience in manufactur ing and tradingcorporations.

The name and category of the Directors on the Board, their attendance at Board Meeting held during the yearand the number of directorships and committee chairmanships/memberships held by them in other companiesis given below.

Sr. Name of Position Attendance No of Directorships Committee Memberships/No Director Particulars in other Public Chairmanships of

Companies other CompaniesBoard Last

Meeting A G M1 *Manoj Vadodaria Executive Chairman & 5 Yes 1 1

Managing Director2 *Kiran Vadodaria Non Executive Director 5 Yes 2 -3 **Dilip Patel Non Executive 1 No 1 1

Independent Director4 **Akhilesh Mehta Non Executive - No - -

Independent Director5 **Hiren Pandit Non Executive 5 No - -

Independent Director6 **Shyamal Joshi Non Executive Director 5 Yes 4 -

* Promoter Director; ** Non-Promoter Director

Details of the Board Meeting held during the year 2012-13

Date of Board Meeting Board Strength No. of Directors Present17-04-2012 6 511-05-2012 6 407-08-2012 6 410-11-2012 6 409-02-2013 6 4

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Board and committee Meetings :The procedure with respect to Board Meetings and theMeeting of the committees thereof are in total complianceswith the requirements of the Companies Act, 1956,Secretarial Standards (SS-1) prescribed for the BoardMeetings by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India,Listing Agreement with Stock Exchange and otherapplicable laws and regulations.Code of Conduct for the Board of Directors andSenior Management Personnel :In terms of Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement, the Boardhas adopted the code of conduct for the Board of Directorsand senior management personnel of the Company. Thiscode of conduct is a comprehensive code which is applicableto all directors and senior management personnel. A copyof the same has been put on the Company's websitewww.nilainfra.com. The same code has been circulatedto all the members of the Board and all senior managementpersonnel. The compliance of the said code has beenaffirmed by them annually. A declaration signed by theManaging Director of the Company forms part of thisReport.Declaration by the Managing Director :This is to confirm that the Company has adopted a Codeof Conduct for its Board Members and the senior managementpersonnel and the same is available on the Company'swebsite. I confirm that the Company has in respect of thefinancial year ended on 31st March, 2013, received from thesenior management personnel of the Company and themembers of the Board a declaration of compliance with Codeof Conduct applicable to them.

Place: Ahmedabad Manoj B. VadodariaDate: 14th May, 2013 Managing Director

2.3 Board Procedure :Pursuant to Listing Agreement, Stock Exchange isbeing informed about the Board Meetings togetherwith proposed agenda at least seven clear days inadvance. The agenda is prepared by the SecretarialDepartment in consultation with the Chairman ofthe Board of Directors. The information as requiredunder the Annexure I to Clause 49 of the listingAgreement is made available to the Board. Theagenda for the meeting of the Board and itscommittees together with the appropriate supportingdocuments and papers are circulated well in advanceof the meeting to enable the Board to take informeddecisions. Stock Exchange is informed about theoutcome of the Board Meeting as soon as theMeeting concludes.The meetings of the Board and its variouscommittees are generally held at the RegisteredOffice of the Company at Ahmedabad.

3. AUDIT COMMITTEE3.1 Composition of the Audit Committee :

The Audit Committee of the Company is comprisedof three Directors of which two are Non ExecutiveIndependent Directors. Shri Dilip D. Patel is theChairman of the Committee. He possessesadequate financial accounting knowledge. TheConstitution of the Audit Committee is in line withClause 49 of the Listing Agreement with the BombayStock Exchange read with Section 292A of theCompanies Act, 1956. Shri Akhilesh C. Mehta andShri Kiran B. Vadodaria are the other two membersof the Audit Committee. The primary objective ofthe Audit Committee is to monitor and effectivelysupervise the Company's financial reporting processwith a view to provide accurate, timely and properdisclosures and the integrity and quality of thefinancial reporting.

3.2 Powers of the Audit Committee :The terms of reference/ powers of the AuditCommittee has been specified by the Board ofDirectors as under:

1. To investigate any activity within its terms ofreference.

2. To seek information from any employee.3. To obtain legal or other professional advice from

outside.4. To secure attendance of outsiders with relevant

expertise, if it considers necessary.

3.3 Role of the Audit Committee :The role of the Audit Committee shall include thefollowing:

1. Oversight of the company's financial reportingprocess and the disclosure of its financialinformations to ensure that the f inancialstatements are correct, sufficient and credible.

2. Recommending to the Board, the appointment, re-appointment and, if required, the replacement orremoval of the statutory auditor and the fixation ofaudit fees.

3. Approval of payment to statutory auditors for anyother services rendered by them.

4. Reviewing, with the management, the annualfinancial statements before submission to the boardfor approval, with particular reference to:-

(a) Matters required being included in the Director'sResponsibility Statement to be included in theBoard's report in terms of clause (2AA) of section217 of the Companies Act, 1956.

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(b) Changes, if any, in accounting policies and practicesand reasons for the same.

(c) Major accounting entries involving estimates basedon the exercise of judgment by management.

(d) Significant adjustments made in the financialstatements arising out of audit findings.

(d) Compliance with listing and other legal requirementsrelating to financial statements.

(f) Disclosure of any related party transactions.(g) Qualifications in the draft audit report.5. Reviewing with the management, the quarterly

financial statements before submission to the Boardfor approval.

6. Reviewing with the management, performance ofstatutory and internal auditors, and adequacy ofthe internal control systems.

7. Reviewing the adequacy of internal audit function,if any, including the structure of the internal auditdepartment, staffing and seniority of the officialheading the department, reporting structurecoverage and frequency of internal audit.

8. Discussion with internal auditors as regards anysignificant findings and follow up there on.

9. Reviewing the findings of any internal investigationsby the internal auditors into matters where there issuspected fraud or irregularity or a failure of internalcontrol systems of a material nature and reportingthe matter to the Board.

10. Discussion with statutory auditors before the auditcommences, about the nature and scope of auditas well as post-audit discussion to ascertain anyarea of concern.

11. To look into the reasons for substantial defaults inthe payment to the depositors, debenture holders,shareholders (in case of non payment of declareddividends) and creditors.

12. Carrying out any other function as is mentioned inthe terms of reference of the Audit Committee.

3.4 Review of information by Audit Committee :1. Management discussion and analysis of financial

condition and results of operations;2. Statement of significant related party transactions

(as defined by the audit committee), submitted bymanagement;

3. Management letters/letters of internal controlweaknesses issued by the statutory auditors;

4. Internal audit reports relating to internal controlweaknesses; and

5. The appointment, removal and terms ofremuneration of the Chief internal auditor shallbe subject to review by the Audit Committee

3.5 Attendance of each member of Audit Committeeat meeting held during the year :Four Audit Committee meetings were held duringthe year on 11th May, 2012, 07th August, 2012, 10thNovember, 2012 and 09th February, 2013. The timegap between the two Audit Committee meetings wasnot more than four months. The names of themembers of the Audit Committee, and its Chairmanand details of meetings attended by them are statedhereunder.

4. REMUNERATION COMMITTEEThe remuneration committee has three IndependentNon Executive Directors. The main objective of theconst i tut ion is to recommend and rev iewcompensation plans of the managerial personnel andthe senior management based on their performance,defined assessment criteria and job responsibilities

4.1 Brief description of terms of reference :1. Frame company's policies on Board of directors with

the approval of the Board.2. Make recommendations for the appointments on the

Board and Senior Management Positions.3. Evaluate performance of the Board, Executive

Directors and Non-Execut ive Directors onpredetermined parameters.

4. Review and recommend compensation payable tothe Executive Directors.

5. Review re-election of the members of the Board.6. Recommend induction of directors into various

Committees.7. Assist the Board in selecting, compensating,

monitoring and when necessary replacing keyexecutives and overseeing succession planning.

8. Review HR Policies and Initiatives.9. Administer and supervise Employees' Stock Option

Schemes.10. Assist the Board in the implementation of the 'Policy

on Prohibition of Insider Trading and Fraudulent andUnfair Trade Practices' adopted by the Board.

Name Designation No. ofMeetings

Held Attended

Dilip D. Patel Chairman 4 4Akhilesh C. Mehta Member 4 4Kiran B. Vadodaria Member 4 4

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Sr. No Name of the Director and position Meetings /AttendanceHeld Attended

1 Dilip D. Patel, Chairman 1 1

2 Akhilesh C. Mehta, Member 1 1

3 Hiren G. Pandit, Member 1 1

4.3 Remuneration Policy :4.3a Executive Directors(1) Salary and commission not to exceed limits

prescribed under the Companies Act, 1956.(2) Revised from time to time depending upon the

performance of the company, executive director'sperformance and prevailing industry norms.

(3) No sitting fees.

(4) No ESOP for Promoter directors.4.3b Non-Executive Directors(1) Eligible for commission based on time, effort and

output given by them.(2) Sitting fees and commission not to exceed limits

prescribed under the Companies Act, 1956.(3) Eligible for ESOP (other than Promoter directors)

Sr. Name of Salary Perquisites Bonus/ Sitting TotalNo. Directors ( `̀̀̀̀) ( `̀̀̀̀) Commission fees ( `̀̀̀̀) ( `̀̀̀̀)

1 Manoj B. Vadodaria 2400000 380695 - - 27806952 Kiran B. Vadodaria 1200000 - - - 12000003 Dilip D. Patel - - - - -4 Akhilesh C. Mehta - - - - -5 Hiren G. Pandit - - - 5000 50006 Shyamal S.Joshi - - - 5000 5000

5 SHARE TRANSFER & INVESTORS' GRIEVANCECOMMITTEE

5.1 Constitution of the Committee :The Share Transfer and Investors' GrievanceCommittee consists of three members. Kiran B.Vadodaria is the Chairman of the committee. TheShare Transfer & Investor Grievance Committee isconstituted in line with the requirement of ListingAgreement.

Sr. Name of DesignationNo the Director1 Kiran B. Vadodaria Chairman2 Hiren G. Pandit Member3 Dilip D. Patel Member

5.2 Term of reference of the committee :The Share Transfer & Investor Grievance Committeeapproves transfer, transmission, transposition,name deletion, consolidation and splitting of shareof the Company. It issues duplicate share certificatesand redresses complaints and grievances of theinvestors in time.

5.3. Number of shareholders' complaints received duringthe year : 21

5.4 Number of complaints not solved to the satisfactionof shareholders : Nil

5.5 Number of complaints pending at the end of the year: Nil

6 GENERAL BODY MEETINGS6.1 Location and time of last three Annual General

Meetings :

Year Venue Date Time

2009-10 1st Floor, 25-09-2010 10.00"Sambhaav House", AMOpp Chief Justice'sBungalow, Bodakdev,Ahmedabad

2010-11 1st Floor, 10-09-2011 10.00"Sambhaav House", AMOpp Chief Justice'sBungalow, Bodakdev,Ahmedabad

2011-12 1st Floor, 15-09-2012 10.00"Sambhaav House", AMOpp Chief Justice'sBungalow, Bodakdev,Ahmedabad

4.2 Composition of Committee and attendance of members :

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6.2 Special Resolution passed at last 3 AGMs :a) 2009-10 :

• To revise the remuneration of Shri Manoj B.Vadodaria

• To appoint Shri Kiran B. Vadodaria as JointManaging Director

• To increase borrowing power of the Board ofDirectors upto Rs. 200 Crores.

b) 2010-11: No special resolution was passedc) 2011-12: No special resolution was passed6.3 Postal Ballot :

No resolution was passed last year by Postal BallotNo resolution is proposed to be passed at theensuing AGM by Postal Ballot

7 DISCLOSURES7.1 Materially Significant Related Party Transaction :

The transaction between the Company and theDirectors and Companies in which the directors areinterested are disclosed in Note no. 29 to the notesforming part of accounts are in compliance withthe Accounting Standards relating to "Related PartyDisclosures". There is no materially significantRelated Party Transaction that may have potentialconflict with the interest of the Company at large.The Directors regularly make full disclosures to theBoard of Directors regarding nature of their interestin the Companies in which they are directors ormembers.

7.2 Statutory Compliances, penalties and Strictures :There were no instances of non compliances norhave any penalties, strictures been imposed by StockExchange or SEBI or any other statutory authorityduring the last years on any matter related to thecapital market.

7.3 Code of Conduct :The Company has adopted a Code of Conduct forthe Board of Directors and Senior ManagementPersonnel of the Company and all have affirmedtheir adherence to the code. The code has beenposted on the Company's websi te(www.nilainfra.com)

7.4 Listing Agreement Compliances :The company complies with all the requirementsof the Listing Agreement including the mandatoryrequirements of Clause 49 of the Agreement.

7.5 Risk Management :Business risk management and management ofaffairs is an ongoing process within the Company.The Audit Committee, Risk Management Team and

the Board of directors regularly review the riskmanagement policy and procedures. The Companyis in the process of setting up a system to appraisethe Board of Directors of the Company on the keyrisk assessment areas and suggestive risk mitigationmechanism.

8. MEANS OF COMMUNICATION8.1 Quarterly Results :

Normally quarterly results of the Company arepublished in Indian Express (English) and JansattaLoksatta (Gujarati).

8.2 Website of the Company : www.nilainfra.com8.3 Whether it also displays official news release

and presentation made to institutional investorsor to the analyst : No

8.4 Half yearly reports : Half yearly report have notbeen sent to shareholders

9 GENERAL SHAREHOLDER INFORMATION9.1 Day, Date, time and venue of the 23rd Annual

General Meeting :Day : SaturdayDate : 06th July, 2013Time : 10:00 amVenue : 1st Floor, "Sambhaav House",

Opp: Chief Justice's Bungalow,Bodakdev, Ahmedabad-380015.

9.2 Financial Year : 1st April to 31st March9.3 Financial Calendar : Tentative and subject to

change for the financial year 2013-2014

Quarter Ending Release of Results

30-06-2013 Mid of August, 201330-09-2013 Mid of November, 201331-12-2013 Mid of February, 201431-03-2014 Mid of May, 2014

9.4 Date of Book Closure : from 02nd July, 2013 to 06thJuly, 2013 [both days inclusive]

9.5 Dividend : The Board of Directors haverecommended dividend of ` 0.10 per share (10%) for the financial year 2012-13

9.6 Listing on stock exchanges and payment oflisting fees :Bombay Stock Exchange [BSE], Phirozee JeejeebhoyTowers, Dalal Street, Fort,Mumbai-400001. AnnualListing Fees for the year 2013-14 has been paid bythe Company to BSE

9.6a Stock Code: 5303779.6b ISIN in National Securities Depository limited [NSDL]

and Central Depository Services (India) Limited[CDSL]: INE937C01029

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9.7 Market Price Data :The monthly high / low and the volume of the Company's shares trades on Bombay Stock Exchanges and themonthly high/low of the said exchange are as under:

April 2012 4.19 2.85 6668441 17664.10 17010.16

May 2012 4.20 3.11 3986782 17432.33 15809.71

June 2012 4.94 3.55 4144840 17448.48 15748.98

July 2012 5.72 3.64 7663506 17631.19 16598.48

August 2012 4.30 3.38 4690666 17972.54 17026.98

September 2012 4.65 3.90 3412454 18869.94 17250.80

October 2012 5.16 3.60 6170483 19137.29 18393.42

November 2012 4.87 4.05 1682657 19372.70 18255.69

December 2012 4.50 3.37 1281056 19612.18 19149.03

January 2013 3.68 3.00 3972022 20203.66 19508.93

February 2013 3.54 2.35 908644 19966.69 18793.97

March 2013 3.08 2.10 2541543 19754.66 18568.43

Month Company BSE

High ( ) Low ( ) Volume (Nos.) BSE Sensex BSE Sensex

High Low

Shareholding of Number of Shares Number of Holdersnominal value of

in Nos % of total Nos % of total

Upto 500 793444 0.27 2782 20.95

501 - 1000 4857439 1.65 4942 37.21

1001 - 2000 3430158 1.16 1840 13.85

2001 - 3000 2207490 0.75 782 5.89

3001 - 4000 1457219 0.49 376 2.83

4001 - 5000 3971710 1.34 800 6.02

5001 - 10000 7113492 2.41 861 6.48

10001 - 50000 15614919 5.29 698 5.26

50001 - 100000 7269653 2.46 100 0.76

100001 and Above 248510676 84.18 99 0.75

Total 295226200 100 13280 100

9.8 Distribution of share holding as on 31-03-2013 :

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9.9 Shareholding Pattern as on 31-03-2013 :

Category No. of shares held % of total share capital

9.10 Dematerialization of Shares and Liquidity :

Trading in the Company's shares is permitted only in dematerialization form for all investors. The Company hasestablished connectivity with CDSL and NSDL through the Registrar, M/s MCS Ltd, whereby the investors have theoption to dematerialize their shares with either of the depositories. As on 31st March, 2013, 93.51 % of the paidup share capital has been dematerialized. For those shareholders who hold the shares in physical form maycontact Depository Participant

9.11 The Company has no outstanding GDR/ADR/Warrants or any convertible instrument.

9.12 Address for Correspondence :

All enquires, clarifications and correspondence should be addressed to the Compliance Officer at the followingaddress

The Company SecretaryNila Infrastructures Limited1st Floor, "Sambhaav House",Opp: Chief Justice's Bungalow,Bodakdev, Ahmedabad-380015Email: [email protected]: +91 79 30126371Phone: +91 79 40036817

10 SECRETARIAL AUDIT FOR CAPITAL RECONCILIATION

As stipulated by SEBI, a Secretarial Audit is carried out by an Independent Practicing Company Secretary onquarterly basis to confirm reconciliation of the issued and listed capital, shares held in dematerialized and physicalmode and the status of the register of members.

11 SECRETARIAL AUDIT REPORT FOR COMPLIANCES

Secretarial Audit has been carried out by an independent Practicing Company Secretary at the end of the financialyear to ensure timely compliances of all applicable acts, laws, guidelines, rules and regulations.

Promoters' Holding 22,13,09,687 74.96

Public holding

Institutions 1,33,900 0.05

Non Institutions

Bodies Corporate 1,09,16,591 3.70

Individuals 5,51,18,698 18.67

HUF 45,46,269 1.54

Non Resident Indians 32,01,055 1.08

Total 29,52,26,200 100.00

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCECOMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE

To

The Members,

Nila Inafrastructures Limited.

In accordance with Clause 49 of the listing Agreement entered intoby Nila Infrastructures Limited ("the Company") with the BombayStock Exchange Limited, we have examined all relevant records ofthe Company relating to its compliance of condition of CorporateGovernance as stipulated in Clause 49 for the financial year ended31st March, 2013.

It is responsibility of the Company to prepare and maintain therelevant necessary record under the SEBI guidelines, ListingAgreement and other applicable Laws. Our responsibility is to carryout an examination on the basis of our professional judgment so asto award a reasonable assurance of the correctness andcompleteness of the records for the purpose of this certificate.

We have obtained all the information and explanation, which to thebest of our knowledge and belief were necessary for the purpose ofthis certificate and have been provided with such records, documents,certificates etc. as had been required by us.

We certify that from the records produced and the explanationgiven to us, Company for the Purpose of this certificate and to thebest of our information, the Company has complied with all themandatory requirements of the said clause 49 of the ListingAgreement.

Place: AhmedabadDate: 14th May, 2013

For, O. P. Bhandari & Co.Chartered AccountantsFirm Regd. No. 112633W

[O. P .Bhandari]ProprietorMembership No. 34409

CEO AND CFO CERTIFICATION

We, Manoj B Vadodaria Chairman & Managing Director andPrashant H. Sarkhedi, Chief Finance Officer responsible forthe finance function of the company certify that:

a) We have reviewed the financial statements and cashflow statement for the year ended 31st March, 2013and to the best of our knowledge and belief:

(i) These statements do not contain any materiallyuntrue statement or omit any material fact orcontain statements that might be misleading

(ii) These statements together present a true andfair view of the Company's affairs and are incompliances with existing AccountingStandards, applicable laws & regulations.

(b) To the best of our knowledge and belief, no transactionentered into by the Company during the year ended31st March, 2013 are fraudulent, illegal or violative ofthe Company's code of conduct.

(c) We accept the responsibility for establishing andmaintaining internal controls for financial reporting.We have evaluated the effectiveness of internal controlsystems of the Company pertaining to financialreporting. We have disclosed deficiencies to the auditorsand audit committee.

(d) We have indicated to the Auditors and to the AuditCommittee:

(I) Significant change in the internal control overfinancial reporting during the year.

(II) Significant change in the accounting policiesduring the year and that the same has beendisclosed in the notes to the financialstatements; and

(III) Instances of significant fraud of which we havebecome aware and the involvement therein, ifany, of the management or any employeehaving a significant role in the Company'sinternal control system over financial reporting.

Manoj B. VadodariaChairman & Managing Director

Prashant H. SarkhediChief Finance Officer

Place: AhmedabadDate: 14th May, 2013

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Secretarial Audit Report

To,

The Members,

Nila Infrastructures Limited

I have conducted the secretarial audit of the complianceof applicable statutory provisions and the adherenceto good corporate practices by the company.Secretarial Audit was conducted in a manner thatprovided me a reasonable basis for evaluating thecorporate conducts / statutory compliances andexpressing my opinion thereon.

Based on my verification of Nila Infrastructures Limited's("the Company") books , forms and returns filed andother records maintained by the company and also theinformation provide by the company, its officers,agents and authorized representatives during theconduct of secretarial audit, I hereby report that inmy opinion, the company has, during the auditperiod covering the financial year ended on 31stMarch, 2013 complied with the statutory provisionslisted hereunder and also that the company has properBoard- processes and compliance-mechanism in placeto the extent, in the manner and subject to thereporting made hereinafter.

I have examined the books, papers, minutes books,forms and returns filed and other records maintainedby Nila Infrastructures Limited for the financial yearended on 31st March, 2013 according to the provisionsof:I. The companies act, 1956 and the rules made

there under;II. The securities contracts (Regulation) act, 1956

('SCRA') and rules made there under;III. The Depositories Act , 1996 and the Regulations

and Bye - Law framed there under;IV. Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 and

the rules and regulations made there under tothe extent of Foreign Direct Investment,Oversees Direct Investment and Externalcommercial Borrowings;

V. The following regulation and guidelines prescribedunder the Securities and Exchange Board of IndiaAct, 1992 ('SEBI Act');

a) The Securities and Exchange Board of India(Substantial Acquisition of shares and Takeovers)Regulations, 1997;

b) The Securities and Exchange Board of India(Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations 1992;

c) The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Issueof Capital And Disclosure Requirements)Regulation, 2009;

d) The Securities and Exchange Board of India(Employee Stock- Purchase Scheme) Guideline,1999;

e) The Securities and Exchange Board on India(issue and Listing of Debt Securities) Regulations,2008;

f) The Securities and Exchange Board of India(Registrars to an issue and Shares TransferAgents) Regulation, 2008;

g) The Securities and Exchange Board of India(Delisting of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009; and

h) The Securities and Exchange Board on India(Buyback of Securities) Regulations, 1998;

1. Based on my examination and verification of theregisters, records and documents produced tome and according to the information andexplanations given to me by the managementof the Company, I report that the company has,in my opinion complied with the provisions of theCompanies Act, 1956 ("The Act") and the Rulesmade under the Act, Accounting Standards andMemorandum and Articles of Association of thecompany with regard to:

a. Maintenance of statutory registers and recordand necessary entries are therein;

b. Closure of Register of Members;c. Submission of forms, returns, documents and

resolutions required to be filed with the Registrarof Companies;

d. Service of documents by the Company on itsMembers, and Registrar of Companies;

e. Notice of Board meetings and Committeemeetings of Directors;

f. Notice of General Meeting and Extra OrdinaryGeneral Meetings of the Company;

g. Minutes of proceedings of General Meetings andBoard and other meetings;

h. Approvals of shareholder , the Board of Directors,the committee of the Directors and government,retirement and re appointment of Directors;

i. Remuneration of Director including the ManagingDirector and Whole- time directors;

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j. Transfers, transmissions and sub division of theCompany's Shares and issue and delivery oforiginal and duplicate shares certificates;

k. Appointment and remuneration of Auditors;l. Constitution of the board of director and

appointment and retirement and re-appointmentof directors;

m. Form of balance sheet as prescribed under partI of Schedule VI to the Act and requirements asto profit & Loss Account as per Part II of thesaid schedule;

n. Borrowing and registration, modification andsatisfaction of charges;

o. Investment of the Company's fund includinginter corporate loans and investments;

p. Giving guarantees in connection with loans takenby subsidiaries and associate companies;

q. Contracts, affixing of common seal, registeredoffice and publication of name of the Company;and

r. All other applicable provisions of the act and therules / regulation made thereunder.

2. I report that:a. The director of the company have obtained

director identification number as per section 266Aof the Act.

b. The director have compl ied with therequirements as to disclosure of interest andconcerns in contracts and arrangements,shareholdings and directorships in othercompanies and interest in other entities.

c. The directors have complied with the disclosurerequirements in respect of their eligibility ofappointment, their being independent andcompliance with code of business conduct &ethics for directors and management personnel.

d. The company has obtained all necessaryapprovals of the central government and / orother authorities, under the Act.

e. There was no prosecution initiated against orshow cause notice received by, the Companyand no fines or penalties were imposed on thecompany under the companies act, SEBI Act,SCRA, Depositories Act, Listing Agreement andrules, regulations and guidelines framed under theseacts against the company, its director and officers.

3. I further report that the company hascomplied with the provisions of Depositaries act,1996 and regulations and the Byelaws framedthere under with regard to dematerialize securitieswith all securities issued by the company.

4. I further report that, the Company hascomplied with:

a. The requirements under the equity listingagreements entered into with Bombay StockExchange Limited.

b. The provision of the securities and exchangeboard of India (substantial acquisition of sharesand takeovers) regulations, 1997 with regard tothe disclosures and maintainance of recordsrequired under the regulations.

c. The provisions of the securities and exchangeboard of India (prohibition of insider trading)regulations, 1992 of records required under theregulations.

5. I further report that board of directors of thecompany is duly constituted with proper balanceof Executive Directors, Non-Executive Directorsand Independent Directors. The change in thecomposition of the Board of Director that tookplace during the period under review were carriedout in compliance with the provisions of theCompanies Act, 1956Adequate notice is given to all directors toschedule the Board Meeting agenda and detailednotes on agenda are sent at least seven days inadvance , system exists for seeking and obtainingfurther information and clarifications on theagenda items before the meeting and formeaningful participation at the meeting. Majoritydecision is carried through while the dissentingmembers' view are captured and recorded aspart of the minutes.

6. I further report that there are adequatesystems and processes in the companycommensurate with the size and operations of thecompany to monitor and ensure compliance withapplicable laws, rules, regulations and guidelines.

Place: AhmedabadDate: 14th May, 2013

For, R. S. Sharma & Associates

R. S. SharmaCompany SecretaryM No. 3126 C P No 2118

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AUDITORS' REPORT

To,The Members,Nila Infrastructures Limited

Report on the Financial Statements

We have audited the accompanying financial statements of NilaInfrastructures Limited (the "Company"), which comprise theBalance Sheet as at March 31, 2013, and the Statement of Profitand Loss and Cash Flow Statement for the year then ended, anda summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatoryinformation, which we have signed under reference to this report.

Management's Responsibility for the FinancialStatements

The Company's Managment is responsible for the preparation ofthese financial statements that give a true and fair view of thefinancial position, financial performance and cash flows of theCompany in accordance with the Accounting Standards referredto in sub-section (3C) of section 211 of the Companies Act, 1956(the "Act"). This responsibility includes the design, implementationand maintenance of internal control relevant to the preparationand presentation of the financial statements that give a true andfair view and are free from material misstatement, whether dueto fraud or error.

Auditors' Responsibility

Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financialstatements based on our audit. We conducted our audit inaccordance with the Standards on Auditing issued by the Instituteof Chartered Accountants of India. Those Standards require thatwe comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform theaudit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financialstatements are free from material misstatement.

An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidenceabout the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements.The procedures selected depend on the auditors' judgment,including the assessment of the risks of material misstatementof the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. Inmaking those risk assessments, the auditors consider internalcontrol relevant to the Company's preparation and fair presentationof the financial statements in order to design audit proceduresthat are appropriate in the circumstances. An audit also includesevaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used andthe reasonableness of the accounting estimates made byManagement, as well as evaluating the overall presentation ofthe financial statements.

We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficientand appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion.

Opinion

In our opinion and to the best of our information and according tothe explanations given to us, the accompanying financialstatements give the information required by the Act in the mannerso required and give a true and fair view in conformity with theaccounting principles generally accepted in India:

(a) in the case of the Balance Sheet, of the state of affairs ofthe Company as at March 31, 2013;

(b) in the case of the Statement of Profit and Loss, of the profitfor the year ended on that date; and

(c) in the case of the Cash Flow Statement, of the cash flowsfor the year ended on that date.

Report on Other Legal and Regulatory Requirements

1. As required by 'the Companies (Auditor's Report) Order, 2003',as amended by 'the Companies (Auditor's Report) (Amendment)Order, 2004', issued by the Central Government of India interms of sub-section (4A) of section 227 of the Act (the"Order"), and on the basis of such checks of the books andrecords of the Company as we considered appropriate andaccording to the information and explanations given to us,we give in the Annexure a statement on the matters specifiedin paragraphs 4 and 5 of the Order.

2. As required by section 227(3) of the Act, we report that:

(a) We have obtained all the information and explanationswhich to the best of our knowledge and belief werenecessary for the purpose of our audit;

(b) In our opinion, proper books of account as required bylaw have been kept by the Company so far as appearsfrom our examination of those books;

(c) The Balance Sheet, Statement of Profit and Loss, andCash Flow Statement dealt with by this Report are inagreement with the books of account;

(d) In our opinion, the Balance Sheet, Statement of Profitand Loss, and Cash Flow Statement comply with theAccounting Standards referred to in sub-section (3C) ofsection 211 of the Act;

(e) On the basis of written representations received fromthe directors as on March 31, 2013, and taken on recordby the Board of Directors, none of the directors isdisqualified as on March 31, 2013, from being appointedas a director in terms of clause (g) of sub-section (1) ofsection 274 of the Act.

Place: AhmedabadDate: 14th May, 2013

For, O. P. Bhandari & Co.Chartered AccountantsFirm Regd. No. 112633W

[O. P .Bhandari]ProprietorMembership No. 34409

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ANNEXURE TO THE AUDITOR'S REPORTi. (a) The Company has maintained proper records

showing full particulars including quantitativedetails and situation of fixed assets.

(b) The fixed assests were physically verified duringthe year by the management in accordance witha regular programme of verification which, in ouropinion, provides for physical verification of allthe fixed assets at reasonable interval. Accordingto the information and explanations given to us,no material discrepancies were noticed on suchverification.

(c) During the year Company has not disposed off asubstantial part of fixed assets, which could affectits continuation as a going concern.

ii. (a) The Physical verification of inventory has beenconducted at reasonable intervals by themanagement.

(b) In our opinion the procedures for physicalverification of inventory followed by themanagement are reasonable and adequate inrelation to the size of the company and the natureof its business.

(c) The Company is maintaining proper records ofinventory and no discrepancies were noticed onverification between the physical stock and bookrecords.

iii. (a) The Company has not taken any loans, securedor unsecured, from Companies, firms, or otherparties covered in the register maintained underSection 301 of the Companies Act, 1956.

(b) The Company has not granted any loan to partiescovered in the register maintained under section301 of the Companies Act, 1956.

iv. In our opinion and according to the informationand explanations given to us there are adequateinternal control procedures commensurate withthe size of the company and the nature of itsbusiness, for the purchase of inventory, fixedassets and also for the sale of goods and services.During the course of our audit, we have notobserved any continuing failure to correct majorweaknesses in internal control system.

v. (a) In our opinion and according to the informationand explanations given to us, the particulars ofcontracts or arrangements referred to in Section301 of the Companies Act, 1956 have been enteredin the register required to be maintained underthat section.

(b) In our opinion and according to the informationand explanations given to us, where suchtransactions are in excess of Rupees Five Lacs inrespect of any party, the transactions have beenmade at prices which are, prima-facie, reasonablehaving regard to the prevailing market prices forsimilar transactions with other parties at therelevant time.

vi. The Company has not accepted any deposits fromthe public during the year under sections 58A and58AA of the Act and the Companies (Acceptanceof Deposits) Rules, 1975. Therefore, provisionsof clause 4 (iv) of CARO are not applicable to thecompany.

vii. In our opinion, the Company has an Internal AuditSystem commensurate with its size and nature ofits business.

viii. We have broadly reviewed the cost recordsmaintained by the Company pursuant to thecompanies (Cost Accounting Records) Rules, 2011prescribed by the Central Government underSection 209(1)(d) of the Companies Act,1956, andare of the opinion that prima facie the prescribedrecords have been maintained. We have,however, not made a detailed examination of therecords with a view to determine whether theyare accurate or complete.

ix. According to the information & explanations givento us in respect of statutory and other dues:

(a) The Company is generally regular in depositingundisputed statutory dues with the appropriateauthorities.

(b) According to the information and explanationsgiven to us, no amount of undisputed statutorydues including Provident Fund, Employees' StateInsurance, Income Tax, Wealth Tax, Service Tax,

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Sales Tax or Cess is outstanding as at 31st March,2013 for the period more than six months fromthe date they become payable.

(c) According to the information and explanationsgiven to us, no amount of Provident Fund,Employees' State Insurance, Income Tax, WealthTax, Service Tax, Sales Tax or Cess is outstandingon account of any dispute as at 31st March, 2013.

x. The Company has no accumulated losses as at31st March, 2013. The Company has not incurredcash losses during the financial year ended onthat date or in the immediately preceding financialyear.

xi. In our opinion and according to the informationand explanation given to us, the Company hasnot defaulted in repayment of dues to a financialinstitution or a bank.

xii. According to the Information and explanationgiven to us, the company has not granted anyloan and/or advance on the basis of security byway of pledge of shares, debentures and othersecurities.

xiii. In our opinion, the Company is not a Chit Fund ora Nidhi or Mutual Benefit Fund / Society.Therefore, the provision of clause 4(xiii) of theCompanies (Auditors Report) Order, 2003 is notapplicable to the Company.

xiv. In our opinion and based on our examination ofthe records, the company has maintained properrecord of transactions and contracts in respect ofinvestments. All investments have been held bythe company in its own name;

xv. According to the information and explanationsgiven by the management, the company has notgiven any guarantee for loan taken by others fromthe banks or financial institutions.

xvi. According to the information and explanationsgiven to us and records examined by us, the termloans have been applied for the purpose for whichthey were obtained.

xvii. According to the information and explanationsgiven to us and on the basis of an overallexamination of the Balance Sheet and Cash Flow

Place: AhmedabadDate: 14th May, 2013

For O. P. Bhandari & Co.Chartered AccountantsFirm Regd. No. 112633W

[O. P .Bhandari]ProprietorMembership No. 34409

of the company, funds raised on short term basishave, prima-facie, not been used during the yearfor long term investment.

xviii. According to the Information and explanationsgiven to us, the company has not madepreferential allotment of shares to parties andcompanies covered in the register maintainedunder Section 301 of the Companies Act, 1956during the year ended on 31st March, 2013.

xix. During the period the Company has not issuedany debentures.

xx. The Company has not raised any money by wayof public issue during the year.

xxi. Based on the audit procedure performed andinformation and explanations given by themanagement, we report that no fraud on or bythe company has been noticed or reported duringthe year.

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BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31ST MARCH, 2013

As at As atParticulars Note 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

EQUITY AND LIABILITIESShareholders' FundsShare Capital 3 29,52,26,200 29,52,26,200Reserves and Surplus 4 72,08,87,887 62,71,30,468

1,01,61,14,087 92,23,56,668Non-Current LiabilitiesLong-term Borrowings 5 52,39,06,457 26,53,50,825Deferred Tax Liabilities (Net) 6 13,63,974 9,07,285Other Long-term Liabilities 7 77,27,906 1,18,60,826Long-term Provisions 8 12,95,244 19,27,403

53,42,93,581 28,00,46,339Current LiabilitiesShort-term Borrowings 9 18,49,11,613 12,90,00,000Trade Payables (refer note no. 33) 11,78,89,074 14,06,20,975Other Current Liabilities 10 16,85,72,447 11,38,66,240Short-term Provisions 8 9,78,66,384 8,50,82,218

56,92,39,518 46,85,69,433TOTAL 2,11,96,47,186 1,67,09,72,440

ASSETSNon-Current AssetsFixed Assets

- Tangible Assets 11 32,20,59,569 31,33,00,863- Intangible Assets 11 4,99,219 9,57,845

Non-Current Investments 12 3,16,12,590 84,43,343Long-term Loans and Advances 13 14,41,72,759 8,45,88,677Other Non-Current Assets 14 70,12,355 41,58,443

50,53,56,492 41,14,49,171Current AssetsInventories 15 93,86,43,267 54,04,17,257Trade Receivables 16 16,71,65,578 13,46,54,162Cash and Bank Balances 17 1,00,72,333 1,35,02,340Short-term Loans and Advances 13 49,84,09,516 57,09,49,510

1,61,42,90,694 1,25,95,23,269TOTAL 2,11,96,47,186 1,67,09,72,440Significant Accounting Policies 2

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements.As per our separate report of even date

For, O. P. Bhandari & Co.Chartered AccountantsFirm Registration Number : 112633W

O. P. BhandariProprietorMembership No. : 34409Place : AhmedabadDate : 14th May, 2013

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Manoj B.Vadodaria Kiran B. VadodariaManaging Director Joint Managing Director

Prashant H. Sarkhedi Dipen Y. ParikhChief Finance Officer Company Secretary

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STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS FOR T HE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 2013

For the year ended For the year endedParticulars Note 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

INCOMERevenue from Operation 18 93,00,65,518 86,54,89,965Other Income 19 4,53,99,138 4,07,05,770

Total Revenue 97,54,64,656 90,61,95,735

EXPENDITUREProject Expenses 20 1,07,27,86,874 87,56,07,336(Increase)/Decrease in Inventories of Finished GoodsWork-in-Progress and Traded Goods 21 (39,82,26,010) (24,56,25,844)Employee Benefits Expense 22 2,05,72,075 1,74,84,747Finance Cost 23 6,31,01,380 5,67,10,633Depreciation and Amortization Expense 11 82,11,059 77,86,611

Other Expenses 24 1,61,15,342 1,35,30,514

Total Expenditure 78,25,60,720 72,54,93,997

Profit Before Tax 19,29,03,936 18,07,01,738

Tax ExpensesCurrent Tax 6,41,49,838 5,51,44,012Deferred Tax 32 4,56,689 11,11,484

Total Tax Expenses 6,46,06,527 5,62,55,496

Profit After Tax 12,82,97,409 12,44,46,242

Earnings Per Equity Share (EPS) 31(Face Value of Share ` 1 each)Basic & Diluted 0.43 0.42

Significant Accounting Policies 2

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Manoj B.Vadodaria Kiran B. VadodariaManaging Director Joint Managing Director

Prashant H. Sarkhedi Dipen Y. ParikhChief Finance Officer Company Secretary

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements.As per our separate report of even date

For, O. P. Bhandari & Co.Chartered AccountantsFirm Registration Number : 112633W

O. P. BhandariProprietorMembership No. : 34409Place : AhmedabadDate : 14th May, 2013

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CASH FLOW STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 2013

For the year For the yearended on ended on

Particulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

Cashflow from operating activities

Profit before tax from operations 19,29,03,936 18,07,01,738

Add/Less : AdjustmentsDepreciation and amortization Expense 82,11,059 77,86,611Deficit/ (Surplus) on sale of fixed assets 8,98,105 (13,37,522)Provision for Gratuity (5,80,752) 1,77,908Provision for Leave Benefits (43,393) (23,125)Excess Provision written back (11,085) (1,07,499)Sundry Balance written back (1,56,977) (11,06,054)Finance Cost 6,30,77,479 5,55,60,275Interest income (4,41,59,579) (3,12,40,271)Bonus Payable 4,28,231 3,37,596Rent Income - (4,03,116)Dividend income - (28,446)Share of Profit/l (Loss) from LLP (4,52,997) (29,44,077)Profit on Sale of Share - (32,51,461)Operating profit before working capital changes 22,01,14,027 20,41,22,557

Movements in working capital :Increase/ (decrease) in trade payables (2,25,74,924) 10,78,47,520Increase / (decrease) in long-term provisions (6,32,159) (1,08,840)Increase / (decrease) in short-term provisions 6,56,481 2,19,779Increase/ (decrease) in other current liabilities 7,19,24,170 (2,24,59,431)Increase/ (decrease) in other long-term liabilities (41,32,920) (14,58,902)Decrease / (increase) in current trade receivables (3,25,11,416) (5,90,29,281)Decrease / (increase) in inventories (39,82,26,010) (24,56,25,844)Decrease / (increase) in long-term loans and advances (5,95,84,082) (1,68,29,159)Decrease / (increase) in short-term loans and advances 8,69,93,433 9,16,87,694Cash generated from /(used in) operations (13,79,73,400) 5,83,66,093Direct taxes paid (net of refunds) (6,60,68,277) (3,15,08,159)Net cash flow from/ (used in) operating activities (A) (20,40,41,677) 2,68,57,934

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CASH FLOW STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 2013

For the year For the yearended on ended on

Particulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

Notes :1 Cash flow is prepared under the 'Indirect Method' as set out in the Accounting Standard-3 on 'Cash Flow Statement'.2 Figures in bracket indicate negative amount.

Cash flows from investing activitiesPurchase of fixed assets, including CWIP and capital advances (1,87,55,494) (78,28,331)Proceeds from sale of fixed assets 13,46,250 60,99,876(Purchase) / Sale of non-current investments (2,27,16,250) 55,17,761Proceeds / (Deposit) of Margin money (net) (23,25,300) 1,69,12,200Interest received 4,36,30,967 3,12,71,323Dividends received - 28,446Rent Income - 4,03,116Net cash flow from/ (used in) investing activities (B) 11,80,173 5,24,04,391

Cash flows from financing activitiesProceeds from long-term borrowings (Net) 23,98,12,534 (9,46,30,635)Repayment of short-term borrowings (90,00,000) 12,90,00,000Cash Credit (net) 6,49,11,613 (5,74,45,934)Financial Expenses (6,30,77,479) (5,55,60,275)Dividend paid on equity shares (2,95,22,620) (2,95,22,620)Tax on equity dividend paid (47,89,455) (47,89,455)Net cash flow from/ (used in) in financing activities (C) 19,83,34,593 (11,29,48,919)

Net increase/(decrease) in cash and cash equivalents (A+B+C) (45,26,911) (3,36,86,594)

Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the year 1,14,60,581 4,51,47,175Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the year 69,33,670 1,14,60,581

FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Manoj B.Vadodaria Kiran B. VadodariaManaging Director Joint Managing Director

Prashant H. Sarkhedi Dipen Y. ParikhChief Finance Officer Company Secretary

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements.As per our separate report of even date

For, O. P. Bhandari & Co.Chartered AccountantsFirm Registration Number : 112633W

O. P. BhandariProprietorMembership No. : 34409Place : AhmedabadDate : 14th May, 2013

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NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH,2013

1. Corporate InformationNila Infrastructures Limited is a Company based inAhmedabad, Gujarat. It is currently engaged inconstruction as well as development of real estateand infrastructure projects. Nila Infrastructures Ltdis a public company incorporated on 26th February,1990 and listed on BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange).

2. Significant Accounting Policiesa) Basis of preparation of financial statements :

The financial statements are prepared andpresented under the historical cost convention onan accrual basis of accounting in accordance withgenerally accepted accounting principles in India("Indian GAAP") and are to comply with theAccounting Standards prescribed in the Companies(Accounting Standards) Rules, 2006 (as amended)issued by the Central Government in exercise ofthe power conferred under sub-section 1(a) ofsection 642 and the relevant provisions of theCompanies Act, 1956.

b) Use of Estimates :

The preparation of financial statements in conformitywith generally accepted accounting principlesrequires management to make estimates andassumptions that affect the reported amount ofassets and liabilities on the date of the financialstatements and the reported amount of revenuesand expenses during the reporting period.Management believes that the estimates used inthe preparation of financial statements are prudentand reasonable.

c) Fixed Assets :

(i) Tangible Assets

Fixed assets are stated at cost of acquisition orconstruction including any cost attributable tobringing the assets to their working condition fortheir intended use.

Fixed assets are stated at cost less accumulateddepreciation there on.

(ii) Intangible Assets

All Intangible Assets are initially measured at costand amortized so as to reflect the pattern in whichthe assets economic benefits are consumed.

d) Depreciation and Amortisation :

(i) Company has provided depreciation at therates and in the manner laid down in ScheduleXIV to the Companies Act,1856 as per "StraightLine Method" in respect of all fixed assets.

(ii) Computer software is amortised as per"Straight Line Method" over its useful life, whichis estimated as three years.

e) Investments :

Investments are classified into current investmentsand Non-current investment. Investments are furtherclassified as quoted and unquoted investments also.

Non-current Investments are stated at cost ofacquisition. If there is decline in value of non-currentinvestment as on reporting date other than oftemporary in nature, such decline is debited to thestatement of profit and loss as "Provision fordiminution in value of Investments". Subsequentincrease in the realizable value of the investmentwill be credited to the statement of profit and lossto the extent provision made for.

Current Investments, if any, are stated at cost orfair value whichever is lower and resultant declineis charged to statement of profit and loss.

f) Taxation :

Provision for Income tax for the current year is basedon the estimated taxable income for the period inaccordance with the provisions of the Income TaxAct, 1961.

Minimum Alternative Tax (MAT) paid in accordanceto the tax laws, which gives rise to future economicbenefit in the form of adjustment of future incometax liability, is considered as an asset if there isconvincing evidence that the Company will paynormal income tax. Accordingly, MAT is recognisedas an asset in the balance sheet when it is probablethat the future economic benefit associated with itwill flow to the Company and the asset can bemeasured reliably.

The deferred tax impact resulting from timingdifference between accounting and taxable profit isaccounted by using tax rates and tax laws enactedor substantially enacted as at the Balance sheetdate. The Deferred Tax Asset is recognized andcarried forwarded only to the extent there isreasonable certainty that sufficient future taxableincome will be available against which such deferredtax assets can be realized.

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g) Revenue Recognition :

(i) Infrastructures Development Income

Income from Infrastructure project has beenrecognized on accrual basis.

(ii) Real Estate Development

The Company records revenue of its residentialprojects confirming to Accounting Standard 9 andalso based on Guidance note issued by the ICAI.

The full revenue is recognized on sale of propertywhen the company has transferred all significant riskand rewards of ownership to the buyer and whenthe company is not required to perform anysubstantial acts to complete contract.

When the Company is obliged to perform anysubstantial acts after transfer of all significant risksand rewards of ownership on sale of property tothe buyer, the revenue and cost is recognized onproportionate basis by applying the percentagecompletion method.

(iii) Lease

Income from leasing of commercial complex isrecognized on an accrual basis.

(iv) Interest income is accounted on an accrual basisat applicable rates.

(v) Dividend income is recognized when the right toreceive the same is established.

(vi) Income on investments is recognized based on theterms of the investment. Income from mutual fundscheme having fixed maturity plans is accountedon declaration of dividend or on maturity of suchinvestments.

(vii) Income from Trading Activity is recognized whenthe property in the goods has transferred to thebuyer for a consideration or significant risks andrewards of ownership have been transferred to thebuyer and no significant uncertainty existsregarding the amount of consideration that will bederived from the sale of goods.

h) Employee Benefits :

(i) Gratuity and Leave Encashment liabilities areprovided for on the basis of an actuarial valuationon Projected Unit Credit Method as at the reportingdate.

(ii) Company's Contribution to Provident Fund andEmployee State Insurance is charged to thestatement of profit and loss for the year. Thecompany has no other obligation other thancontribution payable.

i) Borrowing Costs :

Borrowing costs attributable to the acquisition and/or construction of qualifying assets is capitalized toas part of the cost of such assets in accordancewith notified Accounting Standard 16 "BorrowingCosts". A qualifying asset is one that necessarilytakes a substantial period of time to get ready foruse or sale. Capitalization of borrowing costs issuspended in the period during which the activedevelopment is delayed due to, other thantemporary interruption. All other borrowing costsare charged to the statement of profit and loss asincurred.

j) Inventories :

(i) Land

Land is valued at cost or net realizable valuewhichever is less.

(ii) Raw materials and stores

Stock of raw materials and stores are valued at costor net realizable value whichever is less.

(iii) Work-in-Progress

Work-in-Progress is valued at cost or net realizablevalue whichever is less.

k) Segment Reporting Policies :

The Company has identified that its operating activityis a single business segment viz., Real Estate andInfrastructure Development from the risk and returnpoint of view. Geographically also company operatesunder one segment.

l) Impairment of Assets :

At each Balance sheet date, the company considerwhether there is any indication that an asset maybe impaired. If any indication exists the recoverableamount of the asset is estimated. An impairmentloss is recognized immediately whenever thecarrying amount of an asset exceeds its recoverableamount. The recoverable amount is the greater ofthe net selling price and value in use, estimatedfuture Cash Flows are discounted to their presentvalue based on an appropriate discount factor.

m) Provisions, Contingent Liabil it ies andContingent Assets :

Provisions are recognized in the accounts in respectof present probable obligations, the amount of whichcan be reliably estimated. Contingent Liabilities aredisclosed by way of notes to the accounts explainingthe nature and quantum of such liabilities. ContingentAssets are neither recognized nor disclosed in thefinancial statements.

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Annual Report

2012-13

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH,2013

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

3. Share Capital

Authorised Share Capital35,00,00,000 (Previous Year 35,00,00,000)Equity shares of ` 1/- each 35,00,00,000 35,00,00,000

Issued, Subscribed and Paid-up Capital29,52,26,200 (Previous Year 29,52,26,200)Equity shares of ` 1/- each fully paid-up 29,52,26,200 29,52,26,200

Total Issued, Subscribed and Paid-up Capital 29,52,26,200 29,52,26,200

a. Reconciliation of number of equity shares

As At As At31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Particulars Numbers Amount in `̀̀̀̀ Numbers Amount in `̀̀̀̀

As At As At31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Name of Shareholders Number % holding Number % holdingof Shares of Shares

Equity shares of ` ` ` ` ` 1/- each fully paidMr. Manoj B. Vadodaria 4,41,54,712 14.96 4,41,54,712 14.96Mrs. Nila M. Vadodaria 4,39,55,267 14.89 4,39,55,267 14.89Mrs. Alpa K. Vadodaria 3,68,00,000 12.46 3,45,00,000 11.69Mr. Kiran B. Vadodaria 3,18,58,100 10.79 3,18,58,100 10.79Mr. Deep S. Vadodaria 2,49,86,608 8.46 2,27,23,608 7.70

d. Out of above, 17, 20,00,000 equity share of ` 1/- each fully paid up allotted pursuant to the Scheme ofAmalgamation, for consideration other than cash on 24-07-2010.

Balance as at the beginning of the year 29,52,26,200 2952,26,200 29,52,26,200 29,52,26,200Addition / Deduction during the year - - - -Balance as at the end of the year 29,52,26,200 29,52,26,200 29,52,26,200 29,52,26,200

b. Terms/rights attached to equity sharesThe company has one class of equity shares having a par value of ̀ 1/- per share. Each shareholder is eligible forone vote per share held. The dividend proposed by the Board of Directors is subject to the approval of theshareholders in the ensuing Annual General Meeting.In the event of liquidation, the equity shareholders are eligible to receive the remaining assets of the Companyafter distribution of all preferential amounts, in proportion to their shareholding.

c. Details of shareholders holding more than 5% shares in the company

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

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5. Long-term Borrowings

Non-current portion Current portionAs at As at As at As at

31st March, 31st March, 31st March, 31st March,Particulars 2013 2012 2013 2012(a) Secured Loans (refer note below)

Indian rupee loan from- Banks 22,38,96,091 6,35,31,398 1,33,32,306 1,71,75,576- Financial Institutions 19,73,71,767 12,82,27,478 2,95,05,302 5,07,42,605

Vehicle loans from- Banks 4,25,954 - 1,12,537 -- Financial Institutions 61,56,462 1,44,852 34,42,924 7,70,383

(b) Unsecured LoansIndian Rupee Loan from

- Financial Institutions 9,60,56,183 7,34,47,097 1,94,04,498 1,58,52,101

Total Long Term Borrowings 52,39,06,457 26,53,50,825 6,57,97,567 8,45,40,665

The above amount includesSecured Borrowings 42,78,50,274 19,19,03,728 4,63,93,069 6,86,88,564Unsecured Borrowings 9,60,56,183 7,34,47,097 1,94,04,498 1,58,52,101Amount disclosed under the head"Other Current Liabilities" (6,57,97,567) (8,45,40,665)(refer note no. 10)Total Long TermNon-current Borrowings 52,39,06,457 26,53,50,825 - -

(Amount in ̀ )

As at As at Particulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Security Premium 26,78,33,500 26,78,33,500General ReserveBalance as at the beginning of the year 3,24,76,690 2,24,76,690Add: amount transferred from surplus in thestatement of Profit and Loss 1,00,00,000 1,00,00,000

Balance as at the end of the year 4,24,76,690 3,24,76,690

Surplus in the statement of Profit and LossBalance as at the beginning of the year 32,68,20,278 24,66,86,111Add : Profit transferred from statement of Profit & Loss 12,82,97,409 12,44,46,242Less: Appropriation

Proposed final Equity Dividend [(Dividend PerShare ` 0.10) (P.Y. ` 0.10)] (2,95,22,620) (2,95,22,620)Tax on proposed Equity Dividend (50,17,370) (47,89,455)Transfer to General Reserve (1,00,00,000) (1,00,00,000)

Net Surplus in the statement of Profit and Loss 41,05,77,697 32,68,20,278

Total Reserves and Surplus 72,08,87,887 62,71,30,468

4. Reserves and Surplus(Amount in ` ` ` ` ` )

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2012-13

Nature of Securityi. Term loan amounting to ̀ Nil (P.Y. ` 2,10,39,874/-) is secured

by way of Hypothecation of Lease rentals receivables of 3(b),4(a), 4(b), 5(a), 5(b-1), 5(b-2), 5(b-3), 6th & 7th, 8(a-1), 8(a-2), 8(a-3) & 8(b) floors of Sambhaav House, BodakdevAhmedabad, collateral security by way of registered equitablemortgage over properties situated at 2nd to 5th floor SambhaavHouse, Ahmedabad and personal guarantee of Mr. ManojVadodaria, Mr. Kiran Vadodaria & Mrs. Nilaben Vadodaria.

ii. Term loan amounting to ̀ 2,25,07,348/- (P.Y. ̀ 2,60,83,402/-)is secured by way of Hypothecation of Lease rentals receivablesof 3(b), 4(a), 4(b), 5(a), 5(b-1), 5(b-2), 5(b-3) & 6th floors ofSambhaav House, Bodakdev Ahmedabad, collateral security byway of registered equitable mortgage over properties situatedat 2nd to 5th floor Sambhaav House, Ahmedabad and personalguarantee of Mr. Manoj Vadodaria, Mr. Kiran Vadodaria & Mrs.Nilaben Vadodaria.

iii. Dropped Down Overdraft amounting to ` 3,33,75,393/- (P.Y.`3,35,83,698) is secured by way of Hypothecation of Leaserentals receivables of 3(b), 4(a), 4(b), 5(a), 5(b-1), 5(b-2),5(b-3) & 6th floors of Sambhaav House, Bodakdev Ahmedabad,collateral security by way of registered equitable mortgage overproperties situated at 2nd to 5th floor Sambhaav House,Ahmedabad and personal guarantee of Mr. Manoj Vadodaria,Mr. Kiran Vadodaria & Mrs. Nilaben Vadodaria.

iv. Dropped Down Overdraft amounting to ̀ 18,13,45,656/- (P.Y.` Nil ) is secured by way of registered equitable mortgageover Land admeasuring 1,02,132.50 Sq. Mtrs. situate lyingand being at Bavla, Taluka Bavla, District Ahmedabad andpersonal guarantee of Mr. Manoj Vadodaria & Mr. KiranVadodaria.

v. Term Loan amounting to ` 2,95,05,302/- (P.Y. ` 2,99,41,535/-) issecured by way of Equitable Mortgage of land admeasuring 8,988 sq.fts. of the Project "Anuraadhaa" located at Revenue survey no. 1796,F.P. no. 273 & T.P. 3 of Mouje Shekhpur-Khanpur, Navrangpura,Ahmedabad, Lien over 16 flats aggregating to 23,867 sq. fts. in theProject "Anuraadhaa" and personal guarantee of Mr. Manoj Vadodaria& Mr. Kiran Vadodaria.

vi. Term Loan amounting to ̀ 19,73,71,767/- (P.Y.` 9,82,85,943/-) is secured by way of Equitable Mortgage of NA land bearingFinal Plot No. 31 of Town Planning Scheme No.84/A CitySurvey No.16/25 admeasuring 8493 Sq. Ft. and bearing FinalPlot No. 14 of Town Planning Scheme No.84/A City SurveyNo.16/2/1, 16/6, 16/12, 16/15, 16/16, 16/17, 16/19, 16/21,16/24, 16/29 and 16/30 admeasuring 77824 Sq. Ft.aggregating to 86,317 Sq. Ft. situated at Taluka City, MoujeMakarba, District and Sub-District of Ahmedabad-4 (Paldi),Lien of 130 (P.Y. 65) flats aggregating to 1,92,150 (P.Y.98,325) Sq. Ft. in the project "Atuulyam" and personalguarantee of Mr. Manoj Vadodaria & Mr. Kiran Vadodaria.

Terms of RepaymentRepayable in 54 Equated Monthly Installmentscommencing from October 2011. LastInstalment due in March 2016. Rate of InterestN.A. (P.Y. 12.75%) as at year end.

Repayable in 73 Equated Monthly Installmentscommencing from October 2011. LastInstalment due in September 2017. Rate ofInterest 12.75% (P.Y. 12.75%) as at year end.

The limit disbursed will be reduced in 60 equalinstallments commencing from November 2011.Last Instalment due in October 2016. Rate ofInterest 12.75% (P.Y. 12.75%) as at year end.

Repayable in 7 years (yearly reducing by 15%)Rate of interest 14.05% (P.Y. N.A.) as at yearend.

Repayable in 24 months or upto completion ofthe project commencing from June 2011. Rateof Interest 16.5% (P.Y. 17%) as at year end.

Repayable in 36 months from the last day of themonth in which disbursement of enhanced limitis made (i.e. September 2012) Rate of Interest16.5% (P.Y.17%) as at year end.

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Nature of Securityvii Term Loan amounting to ̀ Nil (P.Y. ̀ 2,93,26,611/-) is secured

by way of Equitable Mortgage of land admeasuring 29,633Sq. Ft. of the project Anvayaa located at Revenue SurveyNo.16/2/3, 16/11,16/16, 16/20 & 16/22 situated at MoujeMakarba, Ahmedabad, Lien of 28 flats aggregating to 51,660Sq. Ft. in the project "Anvayaa" and personal guarantee ofMr. Manoj Vadodaria, Mr. Kiran Vadodaria & Mr. ShaileshVadodaria

viii Term Loan amounting to ̀ Nil (P.Y. ̀ 2,14,15,994/-) is securedby way of Equitable Mortgage of land admeasuring 28,320Sq. Ft. of the project Anaahata located at Revenue SurveyNo.16/5& 16/14 situated at Mouje Makarba, Ahmedabad andLien of 25 flats aggregating to 30,825 Sq. Ft. in the project"Anaahata" and personal guarantee of Mr. Manoj Vadodaria,Mr. Kiran Vadodaria & Mr. Shailesh Vadodaria

ix Term Loan amounting to ` 1,48,517/- (P.Y. ` 4,23,886/- ) issecured by way of hypothecation of vehicle financed by them

x Term Loan amounting to ` Nil (P.Y. ` 3,28,429/- ) is securedby way of hypothecation of vehicle financed by them

xi Term Loan amounting to ` Nil (P.Y. ` 1,62,921/-) is securedby way of hypothecation of vehicle financed by them

xii Term Loan amounting to ̀ 77,57,623/- (P.Y. ̀ Nil) is securedby way of hypothecation of vehicle financed by them

xiii Term Loan amounting to ̀ 16,93,246/- (P.Y. ` Nil) is securedby way of hypothecation of vehicle financed by them

xiv Term Loan amounting to ` 5,38,491/- (P.Y. ` Nil) is securedby way of hypothecation of vehicle financed by them

xv Term Loans received from Financial Institutions received aresecured by way of personal guarantee of promoters

xvi Term Loans received from Financial Institutions received aresecured by way of personal guarantee of promoters

Terms of RepaymentRepayable in 36 months or upto completion ofthe project commencing from February 2010.Rate of Interest N.A. (P.Y.17%) as at year end.

Repayable in 36 months or upto completion ofthe project commencing from March 2010. Rateof Interest N.A. (P.Y.17%) as at year end.

Repayable in 36 Equated Monthly Installmentscommencing from December 2010. LastInstalment due in September 2013. Rate ofInterest 12% (P.Y. 12%) as at year end.Repayable in 36 Equated Monthly Installmentscommencing from January 2010. Last Instalmentdue in December 2012. Rate of Interest N.A. (P.Y.12%) as at year end.Repayable in 36 Equated Monthly Installmentscommencing from April 2010. Last Instalmentdue in March 2013. Rate of Interest N.A. (P.Y.12%) as at year end.Repayable in 36 Equated Monthly Installments commencingfrom December 2012. Last Instalment due in November2015. Rate of Interest 9.75% (P.Y. N.A.) as at year end.

Repayable in 36 Equated Monthly Installments commencingfrom October2012. Last Instalment due in September 2015.Rate of Interest 10.25% (P.Y. N.A) as at year end.Repayable in 60 Equated Monthly Installments commencingfrom April 2012. Last Instalment due in March 2017. Rateof Interest 11.25% (P.Y. N.A.) as at year end.

Repayable in 66 Equated Monthly Installments commencingfrom May 2011. Last Instalment due in October 2016. Rateof Interest 14.50% (P.Y. 14.50%) as at year end.Repayable in 120 Equated Monthly Installmentscommencing from July 2012. Last Instalment due in June2022. Rate of Interest 15% (P.Y. N.A.)as at year end.

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2012-13

6. Deferred Tax Liabilities (Net)

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Deferred Tax Liabilities on account of followingImpact of difference between tax depreciationand depreciation charged for the financial reporting 26,05,384 26,66,200Gross Deferred Tax Liabilities 26,05,384 26,66,200

Deferred Tax Assets on account of followingImpact of expenditure charged to the statement of profit and lossfor the current year but allowed for tax purpose on payment basis 6,42,749 8,20,411Amalgamation Expense 5,98,661 9,38,504

Gross Deferred Tax Assets 12,41,410 17,58,915Net Deferred Tax Liabilities 13,63,974 9,07,285

8. Provisions

Long-term Short-termAs at As at As at As at

31st March, 31st March, 31st March, 31st March,Particulars 2013 2012 2013 2012

Provision for Employee Benefits(refer note no. 26)Provision for Gratuity 7,83,828 13,78,080 87,092 80,515Provision for Leave Benefits 5,11,416 5,49,323 1,70,472 1,83,108Total Provision for Employee Benefits 12,95,244 19,27,403 2,57,564 2,63,623Other ProvisionsProvision for Income tax - - 6,30,00,000 5,04,65,000Provision for Proposed Equity Dividend - - 2,95,22,620 2,95,22,620Provision for tax on proposed Equity Dividend - - 50,17,370 47,89,455Provision for Wealth tax - - 68,830 41,520Total Other Provisions - - 9,76,08,820 8,48,18,595Total Provisions 12,95,244 19,27,403 9,78,66,384 8,50,82,218

7. Other Long-term Liabilities

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Security Deposits 77,27,906 97,72,398Trade Deposits - 20,88,428Total Other Long-term Liabilities 77,27,906 1,18,60,826

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

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9. Short-term Borrowings

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Overdraft facility from Banks* 6,49,11,613 -Inter-Corporate Deposit repayable on demand 12,00,00,000 12,90,00,000Total Short-term Borrowings 18,49,11,613 12,90,00,000

The above amount includes- Secured Borrowings 6,49,11,613 -- Unsecured Borrowings 12,00,00,000 12,90,00,000

Total Short-term Borrowings 18,49,11,613 12,90,00,000

* Nature of security for short term borrowings.Overdraft facility of 6,49,11,613/- (P.Y. Nil) is secured by way of equitable mortgage of properties situated at 7th to 9thfloor Sambhaav House, Ahmedabad and personal guarantee of Mr. Manoj Vadodaria & Mr. Kiran Vadodaria.

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Current maturities of Long-term Borrowings(refer note no. 5)

- Term Loans 6,22,42,106 8,37,70,282- Vehicle Loans 35,55,461 7,70,383

Interest accrued but not due on Borrowings 18,11,699 9,82,667Advances from Customers 6,76,96,263 1,50,98,176Statutory obligations 43,61,252 17,40,019Employee obligations 4,57,698 3,37,596Unclaimed Dividend (1) 31,33,283 20,36,379Others 2,53,14,685 91,30,738

Total Other Current Liabilities 16,85,72,447 11,38,66,240

(1) There is no amount due and outstanding to be credited to Investor education and protection fund as at 31st March, 2013.

10. Other Current Liabilities

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

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2012-13

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Book valueAs at As at

Particulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Aggregate book value of quoted investment 2,77,375 2,77,375Aggregate book value of unquoted investment 3,13,35,215 81,65,968Total of Non-Current Investments 3,16,12,590 84,43,343Aggregate market value of quoted investment 97,128 1,54,739

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Non-trade investments(valued at cost unless stated otherwise)Investment in equity instruments (quoted)

22,760 (P.Y.: 22,760) Equity shares ofMorepen Laboratories Ltd. of `̀̀̀̀ 2/- each fully paid. 1,02,875 1,02,875

50,000 (P.Y.: 50,000) Equity shares ofVisu International Ltd. of `̀̀̀̀ 10/- each fully paid. 1,74,500 1,74,500

2,77,375 2,77,375Investment in equity instruments (unquoted)

101 (P.Y.: 101) Equity shares ofSaraspur Nagrik Co-Op Bank Ltd. of ̀̀̀̀̀ 100/- each fully paid. 10,100 10,100

100 (P.Y.: 100) Equity shares ofUnited Co-Op. Bank Ltd. of `̀̀̀̀ 50/- each fully paid. 5,000 5,000

15,100 15,100Investment in Joint Ventures

Shree Matangi Projects LLP 77,96,796 73,43,799Nilsan Realty LLP 8,07,069 8,07,069Fangdi Land Developers LLP 5,10,000 -

91,13,865 81,50,868

Investment in Associates

2,33,750 (P.Y. : Nil) Equity shares ofMega City Cinemall Pvt. Ltd. of ̀̀̀̀̀ 10/- each fully paid. 2,22,06,250 -

2,22,06,250 -

Total of Non-Current Investments 3,16,12,590 84,43,343

12. Non-current investments(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

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13. Loans and Advances

Non-current portion Current portionAs at As at As at As at

31st March, 31st March, 31st March, 31st March,Particulars 2013 2012 2013 2012Unsecured, considered goodSecurity Deposit 21,41,099 43,72,927 2,81,59,863 1,86,49,718Loans and Advances to Related Parties 14,20,31,660 8,02,15,750 4,63,23,150 6,11,95,356Advances recoverable in cash or kind - - 20,69,67,765 21,54,54,242Other Loans and AdvancesAdvance tax - - 4,09,30,587 2,63,88,888Prepaid Expenses - - 11,31,573 4,33,888Other Advances - - 17,12,52,691 24,71,69,980Loans to Employees - - 2,45,813 1,61,500MAT credit entitlement - - 93,960 1,82,220Balance with Government Authorities - - 33,04,114 13,13,718Total Other Loans and Advances - - 21,69,58,738 27,56,50,194Total Loans and Advances 14,41,72,759 8,45,88,677 49,84,09,516 57,09,49,510Loans and advance to related parties includesDues from the Limited LiabilityPartnerships in which the Company ishaving more than 20% share ofContribution. (refer note no. 29) 14,20,31,660 8,02,15,750 4,63,23,150 6,11,95,356Other Advances includesDues from the Executive Directortowards Purchase of Land DevelopmentRights (refer note no. 29) - - - 6,10,00,000Total Loans and Advances toRelated Parties 14,20,31,660 8,02,15,750 4,63,23,150 12,21,95,356

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

14. Other Non-current Assets

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Unsecured, Consider good unless stated otherwiseMargin money deposits with banks (refer note no. 17) 63,25,300 40,00,000Interest accrued on Fixed Deposits 6,87,055 1,58,443Total Other Non-current Asset 70,12,355 41,58,443

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

Construction Material on hand 27,08,401 13,57,653Work-In-Progress 36,59,42,433 31,01,67,019Flat 3,83,00,000 -Land 53,16,92,433 22,88,92,585Total Inventories 93,86,43,267 54,04,17,257

15. Inventories

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

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17. Cash and Bank Balances

Non-current portion Current portionAs at As at As at As at

31st March, 31st March, 31st March, 31st March,Particulars 2013 2012 2013 2012

Cash and Cash EquivalentsCash on hand 2,32,465 2,16,447

Balance with Banks:In Current Accounts 67,01,205 1,12,44,134

Total of Cash and Cash Equivalents 69,33,670 1,14,60,581Other Bank BalancesMargin Money Deposits 63,25,300 40,00,000 - -Unpaid Dividend Account - - 31,38,663 20,41,759

63,25,300 40,00,000 31,38,663 20,41,759Amount disclosed under Non-CurrentAssets (refer note no. 14) (63,25,300) (40,00,000) - -

Total Cash and Bank Balances - - 1,00,72,333 1,35,02,340

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Unsecured, considered good unless stated otherwise

Outstanding for a period exceeding six months fromthe date they are due for the payment 3,03,33,506 2,59,04,114

Other Receivables 13,68,32,072 10,87,50,048

Total Trade Receivables 16,71,65,578 13,46,54,162

Trade Receivable include:

Dues from the Limited Liability Partnerships in whichthe Company is having more than 20%share of Contribution. 15,95,234 8,54,672

Total Trade Receivables from Related Parties 15,95,234 8,54,672

16. Trade receivables(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

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For the year endedParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Revenue from OperationsResidential Project Activity 28,58,30,280 21,37,28,925Infrastructure Project Activity 35,75,05,232 38,36,34,055Trading Activity 26,61,00,000 24,74,04,000Lease Rental 2,06,30,006 2,07,22,985Total Revenue from Operations 93,00,65,518 86,54,89,965

For the year endedParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Interest Income- on Bank Deposits 5,62,597 6,76,447- from Others 4,35,96,982 3,05,63,824

Liabilities no longer required to pay written back 1,68,062 12,13,553Rent Income - 4,03,116Dividend income on Long-term Investments - 28,446Share of Profit/ (Loss) from LLP 4,52,997 29,44,077Profit on Sale of Share - 32,51,461Surplus on Sale of Assets - 13,37,522Miscellaneous Income 6,18,500 2,87,324

Total Other Income 4,53,99,138 4,07,05,770

19. Other Income

For the year endedParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

20. Project Expenses

Purchases Land / Land Development rights 50,66,38,610 28,41,32,335Purchases of Construction Materials 19,57,45,114 16,72,37,761Civil, Electrical, Contracting, Labour work etc. 29,16,90,122 25,71,19,311Project Interest 3,71,29,439 1,97,85,711Legal and Professional Charges 73,40,396 51,57,431Auda Charges - 9,55,98,011Discount Brokerage and Commission Charges 91,54,960 48,18,210Security Charges 4,28,378 61,182Electricity Expenses 18,53,217 16,63,642Welfare cess 5,58,218 2,04,762Rebate - 4,88,058Rent & Hire Charges 10,41,194 4,24,412Other Direct Expenses 8,99,609 25,72,819Advertisement 9,19,011 9,48,174Freight and Cartage Expenses 1,38,98,966 2,51,47,772Insurance Expenses 8,63,566 3,43,347Service Tax 11,66,937 74,08,532Site Expenses 12,80,665 8,08,261Value Added Tax 20,48,536 15,94,297Other Indirect Expense 1,29,936 93,308Total Project Expenses 1,07,27,86,874 87,56,07,336

18. Revenue from Operations (Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

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21. (Increase)/Decrease in Inventories of Finished Goods Work-in-Progress and Traded Goods

For the year endedParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Inventories at the beginning of the yearWork-in-Progress 31,01,67,019 26,63,50,772Construction Material on hand 13,57,653 29,68,990Flats - -Land 22,88,92,585 2,54,71,651

Total Inventories at the beginning of the year (A) 54,04,17,257 29,47,91,413

Inventories at the end of the yearWork-in-progress - Inventories at the end of the year 36,59,42,433 31,01,67,019Construction Material on hand 27,08,401 13,57,653Flats 3,83,00,000 -Land 53,16,92,433 22,88,92,585

Total Inventories at the end of the year (B) 93,86,43,267 54,04,17,257

(Increase) / Decrease in Inventories of Finished Goods

Work-in-Progress and Traded Goods (A) - (B) (39,82,26,010) (24,56,25,844)

For the year endedParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

22. Employee Benefits Expense

Salaries, Allowances and Bonus 1,68,58,117 1,31,11,544Contribution to Provident and Other Fund 2,96,990 2,04,262Remunaration and Perquisites to Directors 39,80,695 39,25,643Gratuity (5,80,752) 1,77,908Leave Encashment (43,393) (23,125)Staff Welfare Expenses 60,418 88,515Total Employee Benefit Expense 2,05,72,075 1,74,84,747

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

For the year endedParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012Interest on

- Term loans * 3,27,30,766 4,05,82,077- Working Capital Loans 46,99,665 44,08,807- Paid to Others 2,49,31,568 66,26,998

Other Borrowing Costs- Bank charges 23,901 11,50,358- Processing fees 7,15,480 16,80,198- Foreclosure charges - 22,62,195

Total Finance Cost 6,31,01,380 5,67,10,633

23. Finance Cost

* Total Interest on Term Loan 6,98,60,205/- (P.Y. 6,03,67,788/-) less inventorized 3,71,29,439/- (P.Y. 1,97,85,711/-)

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

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25. Contingent Liabilities not provided for in respect of:

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Bank Guarantees :1 in favour of Municipal Commissioner,

Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation forBRTS Bus Shelter Project.Phase I Project( upto 15-12-2013) 1,25,69,906 1,25,69,906Phase II Project( upto 27-10-2014) 1,00,91,863 1,00,91,863

2 in favour of Adani Infrastructure & DevelopersPvt. Ltd for Construction work of project atTragad, Ahmedabad (upto 10-03-2015) 1,30,00,000 -

Total Bank Guarantees Issued * 3,56,61,769 2,26,61,769

* The Company have placed margin money deposit of Rs. 70,12,355/- (P.Y. 41,58,443/-) (inclusive of accrued interest)with issuer bank. Bank guarantee of Rs. 25,02,000/- issued in favor of ACC Concrete Ltd. expired and cancelled on13-04-2013 and hence not included in above statement.

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

For the year endedParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

24. Other Expenses

Power and Fuel Expenses 28,10,908 24,45,883Office Rent 4,77,876 4,69,103Repairs & Maintenance

- Building 6,19,801 7,75,203- Others 5,80,933 6,79,868

Insurance Expenses 3,53,324 3,31,903Rates and Taxes 2,37,574 1,35,433Legal & Professional Fee 64,96,356 53,37,626Payment to Auditors (Audit Fee) 85,000 70,000Advertisement 12,84,673 1,63,685Directors' Sitting fees 10,000 20,000Donation Expenses 1,00,000 602,000Postage & Courier Charges 1,30,452 2,99,162Printing & Stationary Expenses 5,36,667 6,84,371Telephone Expenses 5,58,008 5,37,553Labour Charges 3,20,170 5,904Travelling Expenses 29,248 3,13,331Deficit on Sale of Fixed Assets 8,98,105 -Miscellaneous Expenses 5,86,247 6,59,489Total Other Expenses 1,61,15,342 1,35,30,514

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

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As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

26. Employee Benefitsa) Defined contribution plans:

Amount of Rs. 1,61,920/- (P.Y. Rs.1,68,313/-) is recognised as an expense and included in Employee BenefitsExpense in note no. 22 to statement of profit and loss.

b) Defined benefit PlansAs per Accounting Standard 15 "Employee benefits", the disclosures as defined in the Accounting Standard are given below:The present value of obligation is determined based on actuarial valuation using the Projected Unit Credit Method,which recognizes each period of service as giving rise to additional unit of employee benefit entitlement andmeasures each unit separately to build up the final obligation. The obligation for Leave Encashment is recognizedin the same manner as Gratuity.Consequent upon adoption of Accounting Standard on "Employee Benefits" (AS - 15) (Revised 2005) issued by theInstitute of Chartered Accountants of India, as required by the Standards, the following disclosures are made:The details of Gratuity (unfunded) are given below:

Reconciliation of Benefit ObligationPresent value of obligation at the beginning of the year 14,58,595 12,80,687Current Service Cost 2,68,142 2,60,187Interest Cost 1,16,688 1,02,455Actuarial (Gain)/ Loss (9,65,582) (1,84,734)Benefits Paid (6,923) -Present value of obligations at the year end 8,70,920 14,58,595Change in Fair value of Plan AssetsFair value of the Plan at period beginning - -Actual return on Plan Assets - -Employer's Contribution - -Benefits Paid - -Plan Assets as at year end - -Liability recognised in Balance SheetPresent value of the obligation at year end 8,70,920 14,58,595Fair Value of plan assets - -Un-funded Liability 8,70,920 14,58,595Unrecognized actuarial gains/losses - -Unfunded liability recognized in Balance Sheet 8,70,920 14,58,595Net Cost recognised in the statement of Profit & LossInterest Cost 1,16,688 1,02,455Service Cost 2,68,142 2,60,187Expected/Actual return on Plan Assets - -(Gain)/Loss recognized (9,65,582) (1,84,734)Net (Gain)/Cost recognised in the statement of Profit and Loss (5,80,752) 1,77,908Assumptions used to determine the benefit obligationsDiscounting Rate (per annum) 8.00 % p.a 8.00 % p.aExpected rate of escalation in salary (per annum) 5.00 % p.a 5.00 % p.aExpected rate of return on Plan Assets N.A. N.A.Mortality Table L.I.C. (1994-96) ULTIMATE

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

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29. Related Party DisclosureAs per Accounting Standard-18, the disclosures of transaction with Related Parties are as under:

List of Related Parties and nature of relationship thereto.a) Relationship : Name of Related Parties

Associates & Joint-venturers : Nilsan Realty LLPShree Matangi Projects LLPFangdi Land Developers LLPMega City Cinemall Pvt. Ltd.

Key Managerial Personnel : Manoj B. VadodariaKiran B. Vadodaria

Enterprise significantly influenced by key management personnel : Sambhaav Media Limited

Name of Joint Venture Description Description Proportion Country Capitalof Interest of Job of Ownership of Resident Contribution

Interest

Fangdi Land Developers LLP Partner Development of 51% India 5,10,000Real Estate

ProjectNilsan Realty LLP Partner Development 50% India 8,07,069

of Real EstateProject

Shree Matangi Projects LLP Partner Development 40% India 77,95,731of Real Estate

Project

b) Financial Interest in Jointly controlled entity

Name of Joint Venture Company's share ofProportion of Ownership Interest

Assets Liabilities Income Expenses Tax

Fangdi Land Developers LLP 2,21,85,000 2,16,75,000 - 10,341 -

Nilsan Realty LLP 19,10,90,963 19,02,83,894 1,08,71,840 1,35,92,690 8,495

Shree Matangi Projects LLP 3,64,48,035 2,90,20,969 2,95,53,554 2,88,48,040 2,52,517

27. Segment ReportingSince the company has only one primary reportable segment, there is no separate reportable segment as requiredin Accounting Standard - 17 issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Also there being nobusiness outside India, the entire business has been considered as single geographic segment.

28. Disclosure in respect of Accounting Standard - 27

a) List of Joint Ventures

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

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Nature of Associates & Key Managerial Enterprise singnificantly

Transactions Joint-venturers Personnel & influenced by key

their Relatives Management PersonnelCurrent Previous Current Previous Current Previous

Year Year Year Year Year Year

Rent Paid - - - - 4,77,876 4,69,103

Sales-

Infrastructure

Projects 1,71,21,838 84,81,508 - - - -

Sales Trading

Activity - - - - - 3,45,04,000

Repayment of

Advance given 2,64,70,501 3,46,73,852 - 20,00,000 1,50,00,000 3,00,00,000

Advances Given 6,57,05,228 2,31,21,310 - 6,30,00,000 1,50,00,000 -

Advertisement

Expenditure - - - - 51,51,538 1,44,073

Interest Received 77,08,977 96,81,921 - - - -

Remuneration and

Perquisites to

Directors - - 39,80,695 39,25,643 - -

Capital Contribution - - - - - -

Share of Profit /(Loss) 4,52,997 29,44,077 - - - -

Re-imbursement

Of Expenses - - - - - 79,856

Purchase of Land / Land

Development Rights - - 14,10,00,000 - - -

Purchase of Flats - 3,35,12,500 - - - -

Advances Received - - - - - 3,00,00,000

Investment 2,22,06,250 - - - - -

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

b) Transactions during the year with Related Parties:The following transactions were carried out with Related Parties in the ordinary course of business:

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c) The above Related Party transactions contains following material transactions:

Rent PaidSambhaav Media Limited 4,77,876 - 4,69,103 -Sales Infrastructure ProjectShree Matangi Projects LLP 89,223 - 84,81,508 8,54,672Nilsan Realty LLP 1,70,32,615 15,95,234 - -Advances GivenShree Matangi Projects LLP 39,55,228 4,63,23,150 47,05,560 6,11,95,356Nilsan Realty LLP 1,20,50,000 9,22,65,750 1,84,15,750 8,02,15,750Fangdi Land Developers LLP 2,00,00,000 2,00,00,000 - -Mega City Cinemall Pvt. Ltd. 2,97,00,000 2,97,65,910 - -Sambhaav Media Limited. 1,50,00,000 - - -Advertisement ExpenditureSambhaav Media Limited 51,51,538 48,52,323 1,44,073 -Interest ReceivedShree Matangi Projects LLP 76,35,744 4,63,23,150 96,81,921 6,11,95,356Remuneration and Perquisites to DirectorsManoj B. Vadodaria 27,80,695 - 27,25,643 -Kiran B. Vadodaria 12,00,000 - 12,00,000 -Share of Profit / (Loss)Shree Matangi Projects LLP 4,52,997 77,96,796 31,37,008 73,43,799Nilsan Realty LLP - 8,07,069 (1,92,931) 8,07,069Purchase of FlatsShree Matangi Projects LLP - 45,12,500 3,35,12,500 45,12,500Purchase of Land / Land Development RightsKiran B. Vadodaria 6,10,00,000 - 6,30,00,000 6,10,00,000Manoj B. Vadodaria 8,00,00,000 - - -Re-payment of AdvancesSambhaav Media Limited 1,50,00,000 - 3,00,00,000 -Shree Matangi Projects LLP 2,64,63,178 4,63,23,150 - -Advance ReceivedSambhaav Media Limited - - 3,00,00,000 -Advance Received BackShree Matangi Projects LLP - - 3,46,73,852 6,11,95,356Kiran B. Vadodaria - - 20,00,000 6,10,00,000Sale of LandSambhaav Media Limited - - 3,45,04,000 45,04,000Reimbursement of ExpensesSambhaav Media Limited - - 79,856 -

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

2012-13 Balance as at 2011-12 Balance as at 31st March, 31st March,

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30. Leases: (In terms of Accounting Standard - 19)The Company has lease facilities under non-cancellable operating leases. The future minimum lease paymentsin respect of these leases as at 31st March, 2013 are:

Gross Carrying amount of Premises 19,36,66,692 19,36,66,692Accumulated Depreciation 1,30,22,589 97,43,019Depreciation for the year 32,79,570 32,79,570Future Minimum Lease payments under non-cancellableoperating leases• Not later than 1 year 1,73,78,683 1,68,92,228• Later than 1 year and not later than 5 years 5,83,96,777 7,10,45,503• Later than 5 years 17,12,260 64,42,217

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

Earnings Per ShareProfit After Tax 12,82,97,409 12,44,46,242Weighted Average No. of Equity Shares 29,52,26,200 29,52,26,200Nominal Value of Shares 1/- 1/-Earnings per share (basic and diluted) 0.43 0.42

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012

31. Earning Per Share : (In terms of Accounting Standard - 20)

As at As atParticulars 31st March, 2013 31st March, 2012Changes in Deferred Tax Asset:On account of Timing Differences in

Gratuity (1,90,671) 37,935Bonus 29,407 (19,176)

Leave Encashment (16,398) (30,078)Amalgamation Expenses (3,39,843) (7,00,712)

Total (A) (5,17,505) (7,12,031)Changes in Deferred Tax Liability :On account of Timing Differences in

Depreciation 60,816 (3,99,453)Total (B) 60 ,816 (3,99,453)Deferred Tax Charge (A) - (B) (4,56,689) (11,11,484)

32. Deferred TaxAs per Accounting Standard - 22 on "Accounting for taxes on income" issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountantsof India, the company has accounted for Deferred tax during the year.

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

(Amount in ̀̀̀̀̀ )

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33. The company had not received any intimation from "suppliers" regarding their status under the Micro, Small &Medium Enterprise Act, 2006, and hence disclosures, if any, relating to amounts unpaid as at 31st of March, 2013together with interest paid or payable as required under said act, have not been given.

34. Details of transaction in foreign currency are as under:

a) C.I.F. Value of Imports - -b) Earnings in Foreign Currency - -c) Expenditure in Foreign Currency 1,13,495 5,02,100

35. The information required as per Paragraph 3 of Part II of Schedule VI of the Companies Act, 1956, regardingquantitative information is as follows.

Value of Imported & Indigenous Raw Material Consumed

Particular 2012-2013 2011-2012

Imported - -Indigenous 21,30,04,798 48,64,87,403Total 21,30,04,798 48,64,87,403Imported - -Indigenously obtained 100.00% 100.00%Total 100.00% 100.00%

36. The previous year's figures have been reworked, regrouped, rearranged and reclassified wherever necessary.

Signatures to Notes 1 to 36 forming part of Accounts:

For, O. P. Bhandari & Co.Chartered AccountantsFirm Registration Number : 112633W

O. P. BhandariProprietorMembership No. : 34409

Place : AhmedabadDate : 14th May, 2013

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

(Amount in `̀̀̀̀)

FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Manoj B.Vadodaria Kiran B. VadodariaManaging Director Joint Managing Director

Prashant H. Sarkhedi Dipen Y. ParikhChief Finance Officer Company Secretary

Particular 2012-2013 2011-2012

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NILA INFRASTRUCTURES LTD.Registered. Office :1st Floor, “Sambhaav House”, Opp. Chief Justice’s Bungalow, Bodakdev, Ahmedabad –380015.

PROXY

I/We.............................................................................. Folio/DPID .................................

Of ................................................. being a Member/s of Nila Infrastructures Limited,

Ahmedabad hereby appoint ..................................... of .............................or failing

him............................... of ............................................... as my/our proxy to vote for

me/us and on my/our behalf at the 23rd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Company to

be held on Saturday, 6th July, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. at Registered Office and any

adjournment thereof .

Signed this ............................. day of ......................2013.

Affix aRevenueStamp

Signature(s) of Member(s)Across the Revenue Stamp

ATTENDANCE SLIP

NOTE: The Proxy must be deposited at the Registered Office of the Company, not less than 48 hours before the timefixed for the meeting.

NILA INFRASTRUCTURES LTD.Registered. Office :1st Floor, “Sambhaav House”, Opp. Chief Justice’s Bungalow, Bodakdev, Ahmedabad –380015.

(Please complete this Attendance Slip and hand it over at the entrance of the Hall.)

I hereby record my presence at the 23rd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Company held

on Saturday, 6th July, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. at Registered Office.

Folio/DPID/Client ID No. ............................................ No. of Shares held: ....................................

Full Name of the Shareholder/Proxy:

.........................................................................................

Signature of Shareholder/Proxy:

...............................................................................................

NOTE: Only Shareholders of the Company or their proxies will be allowed to attend the meeting.

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Annual Report

2012-13

COMPANY DETAILS

Board of DirectorsShri Manoj B. Vadodaria Chairman & Managing DirectorShri Kiran B. Vadodaria Joint Managing DirectorShri Hiren G. Pandit DirectorShri Akhilesh C. Mehta DirectorShri Dilip D. Patel DirectorShri Shyamal S. Joshi Director

Chief Finance OfficerShri Prashant H. Sarkhedi

Company SecretaryShri Dipen Y. Parikh

BankersAxis Bank LimitedCentral Bank of IndiaDena BankDevelopment Credit Bank LimitedHDFC Bank LimitedState Bank of India

AuditorsO. P. Bhandari & Co.Chartered AccountantsAhmedabad

Registered OfficeFirst Floor, "Sambhaav House",Opp. Chief Justice's Bungalow,Bodakdev, Ahmedabad - 380015.

Registrar & Share Transfer AgentMCS Limited101, Shatdal Complex, Opp. Bata Showroom,Ashram Road, Ahmedabad - 380009.

The ISIN of the Company's Equity Share isINE937C01029

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NIL A INFRASTRUCTURES LIMITED

FORM A

Particulars Details - -

Nila lnfrastructures Ltd

2.

Un - qualified Audit Report T- - 3.

1 4. I Frequency of observation

Annual financial statement for the year ended

Type of Audit observation

1 Not - Applicable

31 st March, 2013

d Manoj B. Vadodaria Chairman & Managing Director

Prashant H. Sarkhedi Chief Finance Officer

Chartered Accountants istration Number 11 2633W

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Membership No. 34409

Dilip D Patel Chairman Audit Committee Nila lnfrastructures Ltd

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